November 7, 2005

Random Thoughts Sunday

Someone told me all about lice - now I feel like I have it.

I need to lose 30 pounds, any ideas?

I already started Christmas shopping and it scares me that I am not procrastinating.

We sent Storm back off to the Stan today and JD is coming next week. I'm excited (about JD coming, not necessarily about Storm leaving!)

I need a one-bedroom apartment in G'Boro instead of a two-bedroom.

9 comments:

Kathi Tugman said...

30 lbs, eh? I say eat 5 small meals a day and cut out soda. Oh yeah, go to the gym too! Cardio, cardio, cardio. It worked for me! Chasing 2 small kids helps too, so if you want them for a m onth or so... let me know ;)

Why do you need a 1 bedroom? Why did you get a 2 bedroom?

stormhuse said...

I didn't want to say anything, but I think you have lice too.

Thanks again for the ride to the areopuerto. In case you don't know, that's spanish for airport.

Jessi said...

It's amazing how much of a hypochondriac you become when you're educated :)

Rachel Huse said...

Tug, you're right. However, with all this classroom training I'm doing, I can't stop teaching to eat. I think I might have to implement protein shakes, but that introduces more problems...keeping it cold, mixing it, etc. We'll see. As for the gym, yesterday I worked from 8am - 10pm....then I had three hours of prep-work for today...it's SO hard. I WANT to do it, but there just aren't enough hours in the day. I know - it sounds like I'm making excuses...but I"m the one who chose this job!! :-)

Rachel Huse said...

Storm - it was my pleasure taking you to the airport, I think YOU gave me lice...get it out of here and take it back to the Stan!!

Jess - you're right about becoming a hypochondriac when you're educated. That just means I need to stop learning! How do you do it learning about pharmacology? I think I'd become a drug addict! What!?

Kathi Tugman said...

I understand about not having time to work out. I was in the same situation when I worked too. Hey! I got an idea, quit working! Then you'll have plenty of time!!!

Rachel Huse said...

Okay, I quit. :-)

Jess said...

The shakes aren't bad if there is a cafeteria around, then you can buy the milk or whatever to mix it... that's what I do. Then you don't have to worry about keeping it cold.
And with all the school stuff I just find it so interesting, ya know. Like we've been working on the respiratory system, and I learned what it is that asthma medication actually does. Since I've always used it, I think it's neat.

Rachel Huse said...

Well, there is no cafeteria around, as I'm teaching in a hotel. And I have to use soy milk. Maybe I"ll find out if they have a refrigerator I can sneak a bottle of soy milk into...thanks for making me think.

I didn't know you even had asthma, girl. I bet it is pretty cool learning everything you're learning right now.