I want to get back into running and hiking. I’m currently working on that. We have been doing a 5 to 8 mile hike every other Sunday. D and I have been running together as well. I’ve been really bad about keeping up on reading lately, too. I need to work on that. D and I have been spending a lot of our free time doing stuff together, which is good for the running/hiking, but not so good for the reading. Honestly though, I’d rather spend time with him than have my face stuck in a book.
Does Dungeons & Dragons count as a hobby? I’m thinking it does, and it has been taking up a lot of my time. Not just with game playing, but also with the studying and costuming that goes along with it. Oh and now we are working on a YouTube channel to go along with it. We have two D&D leagues going currently, and it looks like we are about to add a third, but the third is a light version with an emphasis on drinking games & stripping. Roll a critical miss? Either take a shot or take off your top.
NERD LIFE MEETS SEX LIFE!!!
Other hobbies I’m interested in include: scuba diving, swing dancing, biking, and horseback riding. I’m going to set a goal for myself that I will do the following by the end of the year:
- purchase a new bike
- take an intro dance class
- do one riding lesson
Scuba will have to wait for now. That sounds like a good hobby to take up once I get that Key West vacation home.
We will be having our wedding here.
October 21, 2017.
That I’m going to have a breast cancer recurrence. Mets to any of the usual places. Ugh. I try to keep it out of my head, because that shit fucks me up.
- a Pomeranian puppy
- a better waist-to-hip ratio
- my pre-chemo hair
- a winning Powerball ticket
- a personal assistant
How close am I to achieving these goals?
I’m working on D about the puppy. Persistence is key.
I’m also working on shrinking my waistline. I have a waist trainer on the way, too.
My pre-chemo hair is a lost cause. I’ll miss you forever, bae.
The lawyer pals and I are still playing the Powerball consistently.
A personal assistant…maybe if I actually win the Powerball.
Meeting D. Hands down. Meeting him changed my entire life. Once I experienced such intense love and passion, I knew there was no going back for me. I gave up a fifteen year relationship to be with him, and I can honestly say that I have never once regretted the decision.
My second biggest plot twist was being diagnosed with Stage 2 breast cancer at the age of 33. Didn’t see that one coming! That experience changed my profoundly. I’m a stronger person now. I find the value in every day, and I don’t sweat the small stuff.
Knowing that my employees are unhappy with the current atmosphere at the office. I don’t blame them. I am, too.
Obsessing over how to fix a very damaged relationship.
Worrying about how much worse the Otezla side effects will get once I bump the dose up tonight.
Thinking about my wedding to-do list in light of how close we are to the wedding itself.
The current state of everything in this country.
everyone minded their own fucking business instead of worrying so much about how other people live their lives?