While this was for quite some time a blog about my escapades as a single lady taking full advantage of that fact [called Absolutely Single].... I actually did indeed find someone who can put up with the crazy and am now absolutely taken. This blog now documents my thoughts and life while trying to live as optimistically as possible! I have a lot of random thoughts and most end up here.
I just moved to CO about a year and 1/2 ago, so I am documenting my new life, making friends, and exploring a new place! I absolutely love it and can't wait to see where else life takes me.
Responsibility man. This little guy had me up for over an hour at about 2am. I dunno what he ate but it did not settle well. (Thank goodness he’s a smart little pup and walked in the bathroom from our bedroom to do his dooty). Luckily it seems to have just been a little bout and he is feeling better. But man am I going to be exhausted today…
I start school this week so while I’ve been in my classroom the last couple weeks this is my “say good bye to summer vacay” night. I have two days of meetings/getting set up + open house and then Wednesday the kids come. I am so excited to start a new year, but I have oh so much to do still. Come next Friday I am going to be exhausted.
I’ve also been chugging orange juice and water to try to get my immune system prepared for what’s about to hit it.
I agree. I’m very pale so I pretty much have to wear sunscreen so I’m not a tomato. It just makes me curious about the research out there and what we are being told. But as with pretty much anything, everything in moderation!
I’m going in for one thing. I’m going in for one thing. I’m going in for one thing.
Early morning bed snuggles. He’s got his own pillow and everything ;) #huckthepup #sorry @buff_tough you’ll need to did somewhere else to sleep when you get home
I have become increasingly fascinated with this topic. People have been posting articles that state that sun exposure does not actually cause Melanoma and that because of the chemicals in sunscreen we are harming ourselves more by using it. Also that vitamin D (which we get from the sun) is extremely important and is linked to many various diseases/illnesses (including Melanoma).
But there is also a huge ad campaign right now from the skin cancer research group (absolutely not the name but something of the sort) telling people to stay out of the sun when possible, always wear sunscreen, and trying to put a ban or something on tanning beds.
Clearly I do not know everything there is to know about this topic but I am very interested. Anyone have any more information?