Tuesday, May 27, 2008

Two more weeks

I know I've been horrible about blog visiting lately, but I'm in the push of my program right now and don't have too much time for anything else. In just two weeks, Ed and I will be moved into our new apartment, I will be finished with student teaching, have the rough draft of my masters paper turned in, and will be getting ready for my graduation ceremony (I still have school for another month after I 'graduate' but graduation will mark the transition into summer classes and the last step before being a real teacher)

I finish my two week solo teaching tomorrow, which is exciting, so it's really just a bit of a coast until the end of it now.

I worked out 6 days last week, which was great, but ate yumminess at home, which was both great for my mouth and not great for the rest of me. I'm back on today and optimistic about getting back into getting into shape.

Did the elliptical today which I enjoyed. Doing that has helped me miss running less, since I feel like at least I'm being productive.

I am reading your guys' blogs when I can, even if I'm not posting. And, once I'm into summer (about 3 weeks) I will be a much more faithful visitor!

(Here's a picture of my lovely family who I got to visit this past weekend! I can't wait to see them in a few weeks for my graduations :) )


Phil said...

You've got a lot going on right now ... focus on getting through school. You can catch up with the rest of us later.

Your picture didn't come through .. requires a FACE BOOK account.

Mark Tanaka (Ultrailnakaman) said...

exactly-- running (or the ellipical equivalent) seems (and should seem) so peripheral now, with all these big transitions. good luck with the paper. I guess it requires a little more sustained concentration than a blog post, right?

Sarah said...

Good luck getting it all done!

Catherine said...

Stay focused, you're almost done! We're all here for you.

rick said...

Dad and his girls, what a great picture.

runningtwig said...

I know how you feel! We just finished today, thank goodness. I love what I do, but I'm physically, emotionally, and creatively spent by the time summer comes around. Good luck!

Jean said...

Wow, what an exciting time for you, Addy! Congratulations on your impending graduation. You will be a most excellent teacher!

And I am happy to hear you are getting in some productive workouts. Keep it up!