Monday, September 13, 2010
Can't trust that day
It just turns out that way....
As I sit this morning sun is streaming through my window, I'm on my second cup of coffee, and I seem to have been on the phone for half of the morning already. I did an interview for the Out For Work Conference where I'll be speaking in DC in a couple of weeks. I may participate in a story that's being done on transgender athletes so we're trying to work through some logistics. It seems like there have been a half dozen other calls, as well...
I hardly even remember falling asleep last night. I remember landing on time, on seeing Kimberly's smiling face when she picked me up at the airport, getting home and unpacking, and grabbing a bite to eat. I was tired.
The best part of this morning is that it provides an opportunity to chill. I've got a bunch of things to catch up on and do before heading out of town again but somehow that will all wait. I'm busy chilling.
I'm a "list" person so if I've got a number of things happening I'm more likely to remember them if I've got a list. I've got a list a dozen items long of things that need to happen over the next few days. I'll start to move again here in a few minutes.
SCC is in the past for another year. I posted some of my photos on FB (see them here). I suppose I should have gotten some pics from throughout the entire conference but I brought my big, bulky camera with me and didn't want to lug it around all day. These pics are from the Saturday night dinner.
I ate and drank way too much on the trip and only feel a little bit guilty about it. I could have been REALLY bad during this trip, in MANY ways, so I'm thinking that if my greatest sin was a little too much gluttony then I'm ok. As I said last night, I'll be at the fitness center later to pay my penance.
Although I'm a little heavier than I've been the problem is that I like my face with a little extra "chubbiness" to it. I want to have my cake and eat it too - to stay a size 6 and keep my stomach and thighs the way they are when I'm skinny and have a little extra fat in my face and butt. Unfortunately, it doesn't work that way.
On another note, the US Wrestling teams had a very disappointing showing at the World Championships in Moscow last week. The men's freestyle team didn't win a single medal for the first time since 1975, and the only two medals were a bronze and a silver won in the women's divisions. (Details here). There's lots of work to do between now and the 2012 Olympics.
Posted by Donna at 11:44 AM