Going to start with things I have going on. I’m going to be a co-ed again come Monday. I’m going back to school to get my HR Generalist certificate. 7 1/2 years of experience isn’t enough for some companies, so I’ll get it. I about stroked out in my advisor’s office when she told me I’m getting credit for all the core classes I took for my BA in ’91 and ’92. So, I have 6 classes (maybe 5 if my last transcript shows a computer class – been too long to remember) to take and I will have my generalist by the end of next semester. After she reviewed my stuff, she said don’t worry about taking any more classes for an AA in Bus with HR concentration, but to just move on with my MBA. So, I’m currently searching out MBA programs and meeting with some folks next week to discuss my options. I was just going to get the AA to get it. We’ll see.
My secret thing is moving right along and hope it continues.
Now for some things I’m loving right now:
Spin Pins. I saw these on t.v. (I am a marketer’s dream) so I loaded up and went in search of these little curly pins. I found two sizes. One is a pack of two that are long and one is a pack of three that are shorter. I bought the shorter ones because my hair isn’t all that long. I love them. L.O.V.E. them. It totally makes rocking the mom hair easier and it’s not the same ‘ol pony tail.
Sparkpeople. It’s an awesome website with lots of tools and I can track my progress. So far there’s not a lot to track, but it’s all about baby steps. What progress am I tracking on Sparkpeople? Well, it’s because….
I’m back running again for the first time since I hurt my knee last fall. It feels pretty good, but I run with my brace on. I guess it’s been long enough that it should be feeling better. Olivia is doing it with me… at least a small portion of it. She rides her bike while I run/walk and she will run the last 1/4 mile or so with me. She is so stinking supportive and even gave me a, “Mommy, it doesn’t matter if you don’t win. You’re awesome and that’s what matters. Now let’s get going.” And we do.
Zumba isn’t made for people like me. You want to know what kind of people it is? I’ll tell you… it’s people without a lick of dang rhythm. I told my friend M if I danced that bad back in college when we all used to go out, then my friends were bad friends for not telling me to sit my uncoordinated, couldn’t keep up with the beat if it was glued to the bottom of my shoes self down. Fabul-O has less than me. How sad is it I’ve one-upped a six year old?
Still working on regaining my sense of me. It’s returning slowly but surely.
Enjoy your weekend…