Tonight's dinner is brought to you by Skinnytaste. Andrew and I have been trying to shed those holiday pounds, and these chicken enchiladas did not disappoint!
The plague has hit our house, and it struck poor Will. He came down with a fever during school on Tuesday. I got a call from daycare to come get him; his fever was 100.4 and he was complaining of body aches. Since it was low grade I was not terribly concerned; Andrew and I … Continue reading #108 The Sickness.
Today, was the follow-up appointment to the follow-up appointment. Today, we spoke with the neurologist who gave us the final reading on Will's EEG. As we were driving in for his appointment this morning, Will asked me if we had to get the ABG test done today. When I asked him what he meant, he … Continue reading #88 ABG with the Spoons.
This morning was a rough one. Will had his follow-up EEG scheduled for early this morning. This was a sleep-deprived EEG, so this required a little bit of effort on the parent's side to have this be a successful test. We were required to keep him up two hours past his bedtime, and wake him … Continue reading #87 Follow-Up Appointment.
I do not title this entry "the scariest day" for dramatic effect; last night was truly a nightmare. This Labor Day weekend, we decided to make a trip to see Andrew's family. His grandmother is turning 90, and his family is throwing her a surprise party this Sunday. We could both actually take time off … Continue reading #83 The Scariest Day of Our Lives.
I was completely unaware of how little I had been taking care of myself until my college girlfriends came to visit a few weekends ago. I was hanging out in their hotel room that weekend, and I look over to see my friend Sarah putting on a facial mask. I was just staring at her … Continue reading #80 Self-Care.
I opened my MapMyRun account yesterday, and it occured to me that sadly I had only been on five runs since my half-marathon in April. FIVE. That is basically one run a month. I know the weather has been hot/rainy/whatever, but it was no wonder why I felt so pent up and anxious. I needed … Continue reading #78 Running is LIFE.