Thursday, September 18, 2008

I am alive.

Yes, I apologize for falling off the face of the planet. It has been CRAZY at work. No end in site. Working long hours, doing calls from home, and there is more on my plate then I care to mention.

I did manage to sneak out today for an hour to run on the treadmill. But, I've been horrible on the work out front. Today was my first day back at the gym in a month. Yes, you read that correctly. I have been better on the yoga front. I only abstained for a full week from that. Goodness.

I do owe you several things:

1. Read Keeping Faith by Jodi Picoult.
2. Listened to The Last Lecture by Pausch.
3. Listening to Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov.
4. Last installment of why - Vanity.

Also, found a great book on Kundalini yoga that I am enjoying. And I had a lovely weekend in N*ntucket visiting my sister. Made a vow to visit atleast once a month in the summer. It really was perfect.

OK, that is enough for back soon.


Jendeis said...

Glad that you're still alive, hon. I've read The Last Lecture book, but still need to see the actual lecture.

Wordgirl said...

Welcome back!!!

I know I was just trying to convince myself to workout. I will tell you what I'm telling myself -- be gentle-- no use in not treating yourself with love -- and yoga, absolutely, that is SO important -- even more important I think, in some ways, than the workout itself.

Can't wait for the updates...and Nantucket..oh, I'm sooo jealous. My brother has taken me there a few times -- once when I was about 15 and another when I was 23 and we rented a place when he graduated from grad school -- what an amazingly beautiful and calming place...I'm so glad you got a chance to recharge!!!



loribeth said...

I can relate. It's silly season here at work, from now through about, oh, March. :( Lots of things I'd like to write & blogs I'd like to comment on, not enough time. Glad you were able to get away for awhile, though!

Pamela T. said...

Nantucket is on the list of places to see. Have you read Heart of the Sea? It's a wonderful book about Nantucket...

Anonymous said...

Lolita is one of my favorite books -- and it drives me crazy when people apply the term "Lolita" to a fully pubescent teenager! Big pet peeve!

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