Hey, friends! Can you believe Christmas is only six days away? Yay, wahoo, and oh my right? Still quite a few things to take care of, but after my family Christmas on Sunday I'm kind of ready for the big day to arrive. Before we get there, let's look back at the second quarter of 2017, shall we?
A P R I L
I started a new job, which led to a much happier life.
April brought my 34th trip around the sun, leading to some self analysis.
People responded well when I shared how often the 'bad self' takes over my brain.
M A Y
Surgery at the beginning of the month scared the ever living sh*t out of me.
My gallbladder surgery was successful, even though the recovery was a lot harder than anticipated.
I was honest about my feelings about life, I confessed some work mistakes, and my fear of being average.
J U N E
My first DOUBLE DIGIT blogpost month since the move. Small peanuts, but still, I felt back in the blogging groove finally and found time for this little space. Shared about 'what you don't see' here, confessions of a group fitness instructor, and some joy bombs.
A year after our move we went on our FIRST Tennessee hike and the view was gorgeous. Recovery was tough.
I took and F A I L E D my personal trainer exam... by four points. It was my own fault, but I was still devastated to have failed. I was embarrassed to tell my husband, my family, my friends and y'all. It was a rough few days to say the least.
Le Husband and I took a weekend trip to a different lake and I got a new hairdo.
Second quarter brought about a much better balance with life and I started to feel human again. Especially after surgery. Summer was hot and I enjoyed a lot of time outdoors. Le Husband was traveling a lot, so I found fun ways to be on my own and continued to work on the house.