One Shake (so far)
cheese sandwich for lunch
30 min shred
2 slices papa johns dinner
possible 2nd shake before 7
Wednesday, May 16, 2012
Posted by Sheila at 2:32 PM
chick fil a sandwich for lunch, no coke, no fries
1 slice of red baron cheese pizza
Posted by Sheila at 2:31 PM
Monday, May 14, 2012
30 day challenge, day 1
2 body by vi shakes
30 min shred
Posted by Sheila at 11:12 AM
Wednesday, January 4, 2012
So I decided to begin the blogging again. I don't want to start a new blog, so I'm using my old one. Warning: Don't read old blog posts, they are depressing and sad and things are different now. For one, I remarried my ex husband. Yep, all those blog posts about my divorce, being single for almost 3 years.... yeah, the crying, the depression, the fun dating and empowering single life. All over with. See! This too really does pass. We realized that somehow in this crazy world we are meant to be together, and what God has joined together, let no man put asunder - whatever asunder means. So now I'm married, still just the 2 kids (I didn't lose my mind entirely) and I'm a stay at home mom. We're dealing with an 8 year old video game addict, a 5 year old with significant developmental delays and autism and our life is crazier than ever. I'm going to write all about them, but right now the kids just got on the bus for school and I'm going back to bed, bitches... 'cause I'm tired and I can.
Posted by Sheila at 4:37 AM
Thursday, December 8, 2011
Wednesday, September 8, 2010
Friday, March 19, 2010
My son claps and cheers every time I turn on the lights, at least someone is happy I pay the bills!!
My son poops in the tub to remind me when it's time to bleach
My son acts like it's the first time seeing things sometimes, which makes me remember to be excited about seeing them too
My son throws food on the floor to remind me to vacuum
My son escapes from the house, to remind me to lock our doors
My son loves carousels, which gives me a reason to go to the mall
My son is still okay with the answer "we'll do that tomorrow", which gives me another day to dodge
My son doesn't know the difference between Christmas and Tuesday, which saves me money!
My son likes to wear a helmet, which keeps him safe. Even on the sofa.
My son laughs and smiles and jumps for joy at the mention of bath time... which reminds me to check his pull up.
My son carries a blanket, which I love for no reason at all.
Posted by Sheila at 1:32 PM