Sunday Short and Sweet

Saturday I was up and doing my Insanity program.   Gus is used to my exercise antics, but the  Czechoslavakian      doodles have no idea what I am doing.  So I find them jumping with me, crawling under me and if its within reach – grabbing or lying on top of my ponytail.  Next time – chew bones before I hit “Play”.

 

As hard as it is, I always feel so good to complete it!

 

 

Two days of nice weather this weekend.  Woohoo!  It made me believe that spring was here.   That’s what happens when you try to live the moment and not worry about the future, right?

I started doing some spring cleaning.   But this was more than dusting and washing floors.  That’s way too fun.

 

This was going through old clothes, books, and other ‘stuff’.   I got boxes going to the Goodwill and bags of garbage.  I was surprised how hard this is.   I still have my clothes I wore to court  – yep I’ve been retired 5 years, but hey ya never know when I might need to wear a suit again.  NOT.  I found so many clothes that are nice and I’ve been hanging on to them.   I had to go with the “if I haven’t worn it in 2 years – get rid of it” advice.  So hard.

I got a lot done.  Kinda proud of myself.

 

We took the dogs for 2 mile walk on Sunday.  Its so nice to see the ground again.

 

Remember when I mentioned how weird poor Jake looks now?  More evidence.

Gus has a new toy monkey that he will cuddle and sleep with prior to tearing its limbs off.

 

Uh-oh a headless Gus.  Maybe the monkey attacked first.

 

I hope you all had a great weekend and are ready for the new week.   One more piece of advice:

 

One step at a time…

 

Anne

 

 

One thought on “Sunday Short and Sweet

  1. Loved the blog today! Jake’s new aerodynamic look is quite interesting. Proud of you for doing getting back into exercise..remember, the first week is the hardest! Enjoy your spring like weather….

    Marcia

    Life is precious, life is fragile and life is short. Live each day with kindness & mindfulness.

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