Thursday, May 26, 2011

Busy day

Today is going to be a busy day, so I had wanted to get up early to work out, around 7:00 (not early for work, but since I've quit working that is early!)  It didn't happen.  Despite all the birds tweeting outside and the sunlight streaming through the window, I could not drag myself out of bed.  Geoff was about ready to leave for work at 9:00 and I was still in bed, too late to read scriptures together.  So I said I have a scripture for us this morning.  "The natural morning is an enemy to Cali, and always has been, and will be forever and ever, unless she yeilds to the enticings of the holy spirit, and putteth off the natural morning."  (I fumbled it a little bit, not having it perfectly memorized.)  And Geoff asked, "Yeah? Well what are you going to do in the morning of the first resurrection?  Are you gonna push snooze?"  I laughed.  "Probably! I'll probably miss it because I won't be able to get out of bed!"  lol. 

Anyway, I've got to go to the grocery store and get the crock pot going in the next hour or so because the missionaries are coming for dinner tonight.  Then I have to clean the house and do laundry for tomorrow's departure!  Maybe I can fit the gym in between there sometime.  Tomorrow morning I get my roots done! Woot!

We've decided to post an ad for Gwennie after we get back from California, since we can't do anything while we're there anyway.  I have cried about it every day this week.  Last night I even tried to sleep on the couch so that she could cuddle with me all night.  (Of course I couldn't sleep so I ended up putting her in her kennel after a couple of hours).  Anyway, she's my baby, I can't think about it too hard right now or I'll be crying all day again.

I started reading A Game of Thrones.  It's good so far!  It helps that I saw the first episode on HBO, so I have more of a clue about what's going on.  It was a little confusing the first time I tried to start reading it.

7 comments:

blakeandcourt said...

I hope you find a good home for you dog. We sold our first dog, Jake, when we moved from Logan to where we are now. I was also pregnant and I knew we weren't going to be able to give Jake enough attention once the baby came. It was so hard and I cried, but we found him an awesome home and it just totally worked out for us. I'm sure it will for you too.

Also, when I trained for my half marathon 3 years ago I used the training schedule I found on this website called "marathon rookie" It totally worked for me!

NaDell said...

I like your Cali-ite scripture. I think it applies to me too.
Do you have split personalities? 'Cause under your music it says that your two contributors to your blog are Cali and Cali....

Cali said...

Courtney- Yeah, if I knew for sure that she would be going to a good home that would take really good care of her and make her feel loved, it might not be so hard. It's just the not knowing, and feeling responsible, and of course missing her. I hope we can find her a good home too! And I'll let Geoff know about the half marathon link, thanks!

Cali said...

NaDell - no on the split personalities (at least I think so), but I'm really not sure how I became a two-time contributor! And I looked but I don't know how to fix it! Blogger has been acting a little weird the last few days for me, maybe it'll get worked out and go away??

mostlyprobably said...

I wish we could take her! Her and Javier would be BFF, I'm pretty sure, and another dog would be so good for Javier's constant energy. I'm just not sure how well two dogs and a baby would do...

Cali said...

Thanks Brittany I appreciate that. I know she would be happy with you but I totally understand! Two dogs and a baby would be a lot!!

Heidi said...

I've missed reading your posts lately. What have you been up to?