Happy New Year’s Eve! Did everyone have a good weekend?! Mine ended with a Vikings’ football win. As much as I’ve neglected to watch them all season, I really get into the games especially at the end and if they’re doing well. Yes, I’m a fair weather fan. I’ll admit.
I guess I can rewind backwards from Sunday to Saturday since I started with Sunday night football. Sunday was pretty quiet. We ran our errands and seriously hit up the Target after Christmas clearance aisles. Dana’s already talking about putting the Christmas lights back up next year. 10 1/2 months to go!
We cleaned the house just to tidy it up again and then I headed over to mom and dad’s to watch the game and hang out. I stayed until the 3rd quarter or so then finished the game at my house with Dana and his dad. It was a nail-biter!
We were feeling ambitious on Saturday. We started off by suitin’ up for a 3 mile outdoor run. This time the thermometer read 13 but said it felt like 3°F. My legs really don’t react well to this cold weather and I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t the tiniest bit nervous about it, but like I said, I need to remind myself….
It doesn’t matter how fast I go, just go. Just finish.
It’s as simple as that. I would really like to enjoy myself too! 🙂
After our run we start tackling our winter project list which included repainting our living room and creating another accent wall with some leftover paint we had from this wall. Over the past two years it got really nicked up from Moose’s toys and bags rubbing against it, etc., and needed a refresher.
I know it doesn’t look like much but it FEELS SOOO GOOD. You can sort of tell that the wall with the clock is a cocoa color. It makes the room look larger and more homey. I love it. After our 3 hour paint job, we showered up and got ready for dinner out…
At Roasted Pear. We had bought a Living Social deal for $20 to get $40 worth of food or drink and decided it was the perfect night to use it.
My dinner order was very non-Melanie-like. I ordered the petite filet with french fries. The chance of me ordering a steak is like 1 in 100 coupled with the choice of french fries over a healthier option….very rare. They both sounded good to me though, and I though what the heck?!
And I didn’t regret my decision. It was very good! We finished off our night out with a shared hot fudge sundae with a cherry on top.
And then went home to our pooch who was waiting to dance with his mama. 😉 Not really, but he was a good sport!
Since it is the last day of 2012 I wanted to put together some type of recap from the past year. I decided to make a top 10 list of things I have learned in 2012. It can be blog related, life, health, whatever. I just thought it would be fun. So here it goes…
So maybe I didn’t learn all of these things this past year, but I was definitely reminded of the importance of each and every one of those statements. I am so looking forward to a very happy, healthy and “lucky” 2013.
I will be kicking my 2013 off with a 10K run; what better way to start it off! Happy New Year my beautiful friends! I love you all and cannot thank you enough for supporting me and accepting me for who I am.
Question of the day: What is something you learned in 2012?
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I love your list!! I need to start remembering quite a few things that you have on there. Happy New Year!
Thank you sweetheart! Happy NEW YEAR!!
Love it! I’ve learned to just let myself goooooooo every once in a while and live in the moment. So far, so good!
I’ve learned how important it is to pursue my passions and turn them into my career. Life is too short to not go after and share the things that I love.
I have got to remember this one!
Woohoo for a Vikings win! I felt so bad for AP though.. 9 yards!! I love that you got the steak instead of a “healthier entree.” Everyone needs to do that for themselves every once in awhile. Listening to your body never fails you! 🙂
Also, what a great list. I can totally agree with the yoga one (“the time for yoga is when there is no time for yoga”) as well as the one about putting yourself into uncomfortable situations. Things out of your comfort zone help you to grow SO much.
Thanks for sharing such an awesome post! I hope your 10K tomorrow rocks! I look forward to reading more in 2013! 🙂
I learned to talk less and listen more….
Happy New Year to you all!
Love this! Have a great 2013:)
Thank you! You too!