I'm Nikki. I love God and my Jeremy and my sweet baby Ryland everyone else, too.
I'm 5'6". I used to weigh ~170 pounds, then I was 140something for a while. I've also been around 130 and even below that. I'm not really focusing on all that right now. Now I just want to be healthy enough to be the best mom for Ryland.
I'll talk about my weight ups and down and running, but that's not what will make me better. I'm working to love myself better, treat myself better, and be a better Christian and wife. Expect to see a lot of posts about my son Ryland.
If you want, you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org!
I really wanted to do some strength stuff (abs/squats) today, too, but I got this pain between my left shoulder blade & my spine while I was sleeping last night. If I can’t get that worked out, I better not do anything that might strain my back (well, besides carrying Ryland).
and just to keep track of my year totals, I’m up to 91/365 running miles and 340/730 total. I have 274 miles left to run and 228 days to do it. I started with 302 days to run 365, so I’m slowly closing the gap.
“The way I see it, every life is a pile of good things and bad things. The good things don’t often soften the bad things, but vice versa, the bad things don’t necessarily spoil the good things or make them unimportant.”
I’ve been mostly staying away from the scale lately except for tracking water loss. This mostly started with the binging/secret eating I was doing too much of lately because knowing the water weight gain would just make things worse.
I’ve been feeling pretty good about how I look from the front. Yesterday I started to think about maybe continuing to stay off the scale and maybe try to go for a legit 6-pack just to have one once and then when I get it, I’ll weigh myself and all that. But then when I was looking at myself in the mirror, I saw the “chest ribs” (as I call them), so now I’m not sure. (Sorry for that crazy sentence.) Is having (slightly) visible chest ribs a sign of being too thin? I really don’t understand how that could be because I have plenty of cushion fat in other places. It’s still something I’m thinking about, though.
The Doctor Who Fan Orchestra invites musical fans of Doctor Who to take part in an online collaborative celebration of Murray Gold’s music. Participants submitted recordings for this work from November 2011 to January 2012.
This final mix includes a total of 177 submissions from 154 individual participants, ranging in age from 11 to 57, and who are located in at least 18 different countries across the world, including: United States, United Kingdom, Australia, Germany, Spain, France, Russia, Brazil, Canada, Finland, Hong Kong, Israel, Latvia, Norway, Poland, Singapore, Sweden and Switzerland.
It’s almost 3 and I still have most of my lesson plans to do. I did get some grading done, put away the Christmas stuff, and watch the Doctor Who Christmas special during lunch. Why do you always make me cry, silly TV show?
We’re changing the name of our school, so part of the time was deciding on the new name.
4: Type the first complete paragraph on page 74 of the nearest book to you.
Display a map of the Western Hemisphere and have students locate New York, San Fransisco, and Cape Horn. then tell students they will read about a ship that sailed those waters. remind students to self-correct if they don’t understand something they read.
21: Have you ever written fanfiction?
Nope. I’ve only even read a couple. I waste my time in too many ways already to get caught up in that world.
28: Draw a unicorn being ridden by one of your OTPs and reply with your drawing.
10 and Rose. Be jealous of my drawing skills. (I can color in the lines, but I didn’t feel like it.)