I believe I did really
well with week one. I completed all workouts, which consisted of four days. The
first and second week require four days of workout sessions and three rest
days. By the end of the second rest day I was very ready to get back into the
gym. I cannot wait until I move into five day workouts, which start in week
three. Not too far away!
Just recently the hubs
and I were confused on some things that a friend had told us. We were getting
to the point of frustration and confusion. We knew if these feelings continued
then animosity would begin to set in. I told hubs the only thing we can do is
talk to this person. Of course, I nominated hubs on this because well the
other person was a man and the hubs heard more from this gentleman than I did. We
both prayed about it.
I have been debating on
writing about this or not. I have prayed about it and over the weekend I
decided I needed accountability. In the past I have wrote about fitness but
only touched on it. I have opened the window just a little for you all to see
what fitness is too me. Today, I am opening the window even more by sharing
some personal feelings and struggles.
We all have been in
situations where we are around people that we have a hard time being around.
People that are so difficult to like or even love. People who just get under
our skin. People we want to avoid. People we just cannot stand. Harsh words?
Yes. True for many people? Yes.
Last week I posted an easy recipe and this week I am doing the same. This new recipe is so easy to make and one of our favorites. It does take an hour to cook but it is so worth it. There are many variations to tater tot casserole and I have tried a few different varieties. However, I found one that my family loves. I really do not measure anything out except the milk. The rest is just by knowing what my family likes.
One area that we are
focusing on this year is becoming debt-free. We are giving up our newer car with
a very large payment and paying cash for a “new to us” car. We ran some numbers
and figured out how much we could afford. Our budget was $1,500 and the highest
we could go was $1,600. The hunt began for a car.