Tuesday, March 11, 2008

Nothing you can do but you can learn how to be in time

What a difference! I feel like a complete idiot for taking my meds wrong. Especially now that I am taking them right and feel SO much better. I have more energy and just feel RIGHT! It seem to be the ultimate irony...here I am a hypochondriac, afraid of the unknown, and MY lack of attentiveness was making me feel bad!

BUT...that is water under the bridge...onward and upward...

Our trip to Charleston was bitter sweet. Got to spend some good quality time with Scott and Momma and Dad...


and lots of other Moc's fans...BUT the Moc's lost. Despite leading most of the game they missed free throws at the end of the game and did not box out either. They played well and with heart, unfortunately, for this team, it was not enough!



Next year's team should be really strong and really experienced. I am looking forward to the season already! Scott and I decided that we would leave early and not stay to watch the Lady Moc's...this would allow Scott to keep two of the days off that he planned on taking.

So, Sunday morning we watched the 1st half of the Lady Moc's Semifinal game (the Lady Mocs won and went on to win the tournament!) and then went to the Mill's House to have brunch with Momma and Dad Man. Scott and I stopped by the Battery on the way out. I soaked up the sun while Scotty took in the sights:



We got into Chattanooga too late to pick up Koz. So, I picked him up, after some meetings, Monday afternoon. I have NEVER seen that dog SO tired. He could barely keep his head up. He must have had a wild and crazy weekend!

I took advantage of the 60 degree afternoon and went on a 35 minute walk run. I am still on the 4 minute walk and 1 minute run. I have not been consistent enough, YET, to increase. I am wondering...should I reduce the walk intervals or increase the run intervals first...what do y'all think.

My right knee, with Colleen's new brace, could not have felt better. In fact my left knee was soar and I am thinking of getting a brace for that knee too. While it might LOOK funny as long as it feels good I am OK!

In addition to being tired Koz came home smelling BAD! So, while he was tired we decided to give him a bath...his face will tell you how much he likes baths...


But he now smells like Pantene and was welcomed to snuggle with us in bed last night

Got up this morning and did my yoga...felt great. I am so thankful to be in such a better mind set! Thanks for all your support!

Take Care!
Molly

Nothing you can see that isn't shown.
Nowhere you can be that isn't where you're meant to be.
It's easy.
All you need is love, all you need is love
-Beatles

6 comments:

Jess said...

Sounds like a fun trip and glad to hear that you are feeling better!

Lisa - Slow & Steady said...

So glad you're feeling better now that you have the meds right!!

Danielle said...

I would start by increasing the run. Or, you could even kind of do both, decrease/increase by 30 seconds or so...since your focus is the run though, I'd defintiely go for increase on that first and see how it feels.

Aren't dogs pathetic in how they look after a bath? My parents dog LOVES to splash in water puddles but hates the bath...their last dog though hated puddles and hated a bath (mention the word bath and he was in his kennel burrowed under blankets!).

teacherwoman said...

Glad to hear you are feeling better!

Aimée said...

I am so glad you figured out your meds! My coworker mixed up diarrhea prevention medicine with laxatives when we were in India. She took the laxatives thinking they were the prevention meds and spent all day in the bathroom! She did this a few times the whole day before she figured it out. We were laughing so hard we were crying! I hope this new medication continues to work out well for you. I will keep the name in mind if I have to go meds shopping after the baby is born.

Take Care!
Aimee

momo said...

molly - i'm glad you got the med thing figured out and that the new medicine is helping you to feel great.

and glad you're back to running! that, from my experience, can help lift our moods greatly. i'm so happy for you!