Sunday, March 16, 2008

The Challenge

Ok, so I have officially started the challenge and already have four people signed up and ready to start! I am hoping for at least 10 people... more would be even better... for no other reason then wanting to see everyone succeed this year in finding themselves in a healthier body (including myself)! So please, check it out... pass it along... tell a friend. Lets get everyone on the right track!

On to my weekend. Saturday was great. My mom came by and babysat the girls while Hubby and I went to our Karate class where I was beaten black and blue once again! We came home and then spent the rest of the day watching "The Bee Movie" with the kids and listening to the wind howl outside.

Sunday was not so great. Hubby woke up with the flu and was nothing but a lump under the covers all day. He even called in sick to work tomorrow! Hubby NEVER calls in sick.. so I know he is feeling really bad. The girls and I are taking vitamins by the handful and drinking tons of Orange Juice! I refuse to get sick right now.. I am in the grove and ready to get moving with this challenge.

We rented the movie 'No Country for Old Men' and I was extremely disappointed. The whole movie was FANTASTIC until the end...then...well, it just didn't add up. It was one of those 'wha??' endings. Ugh..

St. Pattys day is usually a big day around here. Hubby is 100% Irish and it is always celebrated with beer and corned beef and cabbage... until this year. It will be celebrated with Theraflu and soup! HA! Anyway... just wanted to remind everyone to wear green!!


Christine said...

I have been wanting to get that movie as well - husband has been talking about it for some time now - its not really my style of movie - but I will give it a try..thanks for the heads up.

Ohh corned beed and cabbage. That's a meal that I haven't had in a while.

Claire said...

3:10 to Yuma is really good, in fact, better than I thought it would be.

Your challenge looks great! I wish I had the motivation. Alas, I'm having trouble even getting one walk a week, much less two hours a day.