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Sunday, January 17, 2010

I fell down

Yesterday just wasn't my day.  I ate crap for breakfast, and then my Dad just decided to mention that on Monday he is going in for Bypass surgery, he said he didn't tell me sooner so I wouldn't worry. Crap!!! There is a whole lot of other stuff that goes with this situation I won't get into, but it's stressing me out.   Yesterday was definately my day to fall off the wagon.  I should have run out all the stress but my legs for still sore from all the running this week, so I went drinking.  Today I'm still off the wagon due to the headache and a hangover.  I now remember why I don't drink very much.  It was an ok night but it didn't solve anything.  So what lesson did I learn.  Well drinking doesn't help and had I run through my problems yesterday I would be feeling a lot better than I am today, still sore but better!!! At times like this I see how easy it would be to give in and quit, but then again anything worth it isn't always easy.  So I'm going to pick myself up after having my poor me day and hopefully be well enough later to still get in my 13km run today. 

For right now I'm heading back to bed for a nap.  Sabrina


  1. Thanks for your honesty, I hope things are going better...

    I am going through the Tall Mom 1,000+++ club and realized I don't have your info. Please go to the link below and email me your info so I can add you to the club:

  2. You're so CUTE! OMgoodness you just are! I love your "about us" on the side! You remind me of me & my girlfriends (Team Run Like a Mother). Hope your days have gone better since this one, Hope your father is doing well (that is SO something my dad would do, oh wait, it's something he DID do... "Honey, I have cancer, but I didn't want to mention it because I didn't want to worry you, but I need to mention it now, because I am going for surgery tomorrow & you are the executer on the will..., so if anything happens...") Crazy parents! Stress us out! Sending you swift and light feet for all your running this week!