|Nov 1: Last MTB on PCMR trails before the snow guns start blowing|
|Nov 1: SLC Real vs LA Galaxy - MLS Playoff Game 1|
|Nov 1: Can't say "no" to awesome seats - thanks Nelson!|
|Nov 2: Cycling Software Program - this computer needed some TLC|
|Nov 4: Vegan Nick Lachey (celebrating our project and the right to vote - which I did in Oct)|
I woke up Saturday with a major dose of the blahs, which I'm blaming on travel and time change. I putzed around the house all morning, then headed to SLC for the Montana Tech Women's Volleyball game. They did a great job and won in 5. It was awesome to see a few ladies from my hometown on the roster!
|Nov 8: Orediggers beat the Griffins on their home court! Can't say "no" to women's sports and college alumni.|
|My Italian book collection to go with software programs, audio tapes, etc.|
When I'm traveling often and for many days, I cherish a week at home. Last week, I was able to do all my training plan workouts, knock out a few college alumni tasks including a monthly conference call, study italiano, cook, research holiday travel, and more. Although I'm still working long hours, it was the 1st week in a long time where I felt a bit more in control.
The weekend was packed as usual. Dinner & game night with the crew on Friday, computrainer class on Saturday morning followed by a trip to SLC for Montana Tech basketball, and then bodywork on Sunday. I also had to work, making my weekend work streak something I am not proud of and need to stop.
|Nov 14: Cards Against Humanity - this hand had us laughing all night long! 5 solid answers - which would you pick?|
|Nov 15: 1st Computrainer Multi-Rider Class - only 2 of us, but it was official and successful - plus I made Terry sweat!|
|Nov 15: Oredigger Basketball - So much fun to experience the game with these two! Go Diggers!|
Monday is a recovery day for workouts, but I find it hard to sit still. I headed to SLC for another 90min italiano lezione. I'm almost ready to write a blog, but I'll need much more than an hour to jot down a few paragraphs. How about a few words to get you prepared?
Ieri: Terry had a back injection and I was his designated driver and caregiver. Hopefully it will relieve the nerve pain he's been dealing with the past few weeks.
Oggi: I drove Terry back to SLC early for work then work, groceries, workout and finally a blog!
Domani: We are looking forward to a fancy evening at the Huntsman Cancer Institute Gala in SLC
If I've learned anything over the past few weeks, I can't (and don't want to) say "no" to my passions.
- Sporting Events
- College Alumni
Guess I'll have to work on saying "no" to other activities, like cooking and working on the weekends.