Sunday, December 12, 2010

Fat Butt Friday: Just Not Enough Time!!

Have you ever noticed how quickly December days fly by!  As a kid, December was the SLOWEST month of the year.  It seemed like Christmas was NEVER going to come!  Then as I got older and gained more Christmas responsibilities, there doesn't seem to be enough time to get it all done, and then still take time to sit back and enjoy the season.

This year has been particularly crazy with the boys going nuts over all the Christmas stuff all around, the new baby coming next year is wearing this body down, and then we have finals this week and last minute homework to get done.  Then we have the normal shopping and stressing and Christmas card debating.

And watching my weight?

What does that mean?

I don't have time to even think about it!  Maybe that's a good thing... keep me distracted and all that jazz.  I feel pretty good, if you don't count the siatic nerve and the fact that there is no such thing as enough sleep.  I haven't even turned on my computer in 3 days, and totally forgot about posting this post last week when I was supposed to.  But I'm not too worried because these days, Fat Butt Friday posts aren't as popular as they were when I wasn't pregnant and still losing the weight.  But no worries!  After I have this baby the quest to get off the baby pounds and plus the extra 20 - 30 I still need to lose to be where I need to be is going to come on here full force!!

Have a great week everyone and best of luck with those last minute holiday preps!!


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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I totally agree - the older you get, the faster December goes. Shoot - the faster the whole dang YEAR goes! I cannot believe how fast the years are flying by - gives me a panic attack sometimes LOL!

I haven't done one single ounce of shopping yet Cat. Not a one. I'm going to be one of those crazed last minute shoppers (again) out there on Christmas Eve trying to hit every store before they close and snag whatever is left to stuff under the tree for the kids that we can afford.

Sigh...there's always next year...right?