Wednesday, December 12, 2007

Take all of your so called problems Better put them in quotations

Bits and Pieces:

-Thought you all would like to see a picture of the folks I spent my blog-free days (and campaign filled days) with:

-And the campaign mascot:

-The Mocs had an exciting basketball game Saturday night. We played UTK. The Mocs played well, but lost in the end:

-Scott and I put our tree up:

-My Momma surprised my Dad with a new puppy for his birthday:

-I have been doing OK (I would give myself a C) getting up and doing my yoga. It is much easier to get up and do something you HAVE to do as opposed to getting up to do something you NEED to do.

-I have been eating much better, much slower and much more consciously! I definitely feel better when I eat better.

-I have started taking my Prozac again. I did a lot of thinking and re-thinking this weekend. I am very caught up in the future and what taking Prozac now will mean for my future. I finally came to the decision that if I do not enjoy today than the future is not much good to me. For those of you who have been reading my blog for a while you know that this is an ongoing conversation I have with myself as I go on and off this drug...rationalizing why each time. I guess that is my journey for now and as long as I continue to keep my thought process open and fluid I can walk with my head held high.

-Let's care...I need help. My skin has gotten SO sensitive that anything I put on it STINGS...I started to put on some heavier moisture creams and now I am breaking out! Any ideas out there?

Take Care

Have no fear for giving in
Have no fear for getting older
You better know that in the end its better to say to much
Than to never to say what you need to say again
Even if your hands are shaking
And your faith is broken
Even as the eyes are closing
Do it with a heart wide open
Say what you need to say
-John Mayer


Randy said...

Sorry to hear about your skin problems Molly...probably better answered by Bonnie since she is the Mary Kay consultant in our family....

You have been sooo busy, and your tree looks really nice...but where are all the presents? It looks a bit like ours...guess I need to post a pic of ours too, maybe even of the outside lights too.

Thanks for stopping by my blog posts from Honolulu, I so appreciate your support.

Randy said...

Most everyone in the area seems to be getting by, though we are hearing of some setbacks with regard to restoring power in some areas, hopefully it will improve.

As for my knee, I'm prepared to listen with an open mind...the funny thing is that the knee has not swollen at all, it's just sore and a nagging pain worse at times than others.

Dying Water Buffalo said...

puppies make the best presents :) so cute!!

i love the tree as well. :) you and scott look great in front of it

Lisa - Slow & Steady said...

my skin suggestion is cetaphil, if you aren't using that yet, try it. they have a gentle cleanser and lotion that my dermatologist recommended when I was having really bad skin issues.

I still have skin issues, but cetaphil helps a lot.

JohnnyTri said...

love the tree molly!!!
how things going.

and that puppy, the best.