Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Merry Christmas

December flew by faster than a G6 (has anyone heard that song?  Mike and I are weirdly in love with it.) Christmas is such a wonderful time but can be so chaotic!  Christmas for us was full of visiting family, wonderful gifts, amazing food and a hospital trip.

I don't know exactly what was wrong but we took Georgia in and that caused me to miss one of our Christmas celebrations.  At this point it comes down to gas and constipation for Georgia and she was in a lot pain because of it.   It was a stressful day and I am not quite convinced that her problem was as simple as constipation so I will be going in to see our doctor for follow up.

My daughters were absolutely spoiled but in a good way, they recieved some really wonderful and thoughtful gifts.  My challenge is to organize it well so that it doesn't get lost.  I also recieved some great gifts that I am very excited about, mainly cooking things.

As Christmas draws to a close and the New Year is approaching, my mind has begun to think about weightloss again.  This past month I have enjoyed all the great baking and food that comes with Christmas.  I decided to just enjoy guilt free.  It has been great!  But I am in sugar overload and I am thankful for January where things will be calming down.

I am trying to decide if I should do a New Year's Resolution or something less formal.  I want to lose weight again and get back to eating healthy.  So stay tuned to see what is in store for the New Year. 

Any one interested in working together?


  1. mememe! I want to play...

    I'm glad you had a great Christmas (and that Georgia's hospital visit wasn't too bad)...

  2. Keep us updated if you have any more health issues with Georgia! As for resolutions, I find they are a little too trite.... In my mind, a goal and process is a little less problem-prone than a resolution, and my personal one is to continue on the plan that I know works for me. Just keep moving forward!