Monday, April 12, 2010

No use for a title

First off, thanks to everyone for the comments about my haircut. I really didn't feel like it was that drastic of a cut from when I went short short over Christmas (well, it felt a little drastic to me, but not enough to have so many people notice.) However all your comments made me feel super good because it's been a little tough to transition to such short hair. I swore up and down I'd never have hair too short to pull back, but I guess I got over that. I can't take any of the credit though, I owe it all to the lovely and talented Reagan. Do you know Reag? If not you are seriously missing out. You should at least read her blob because not only is she hilarious, but she has the most precious angel daughter Piper.

Okay, enough gushing for one post (for now. I spent 46 hours in Dallas this weekend and to say it was fun is an understatement. It was basically non stop laughing, eating, little sleeping, catching up, and gossiping. It was so great to see some college girlfriends, and grab a bite with one of my best cousins Trish, and have a delicious brunch at my aunt Kate's. I got to spend time with my friends Will and Jess and their four, yes FOUR darling kids (more on that in a later post.) Becky and Sean let me crash at their awesome apartment which was a blast, because Sean is as fun to hang out with as any girlfriend. He and Becky are so perfect for each other.

My dad's in the city for a few days for work so tonight we met up for a run and light dinner. I've been going on and on to him (and anyone else who'll listen) about how much I love running the Reservoir, so we decided instead of just loading up on carbs at his favorite Italian joint we'd have a run and then eat something light. We had a really nice jog together and I'm always glad when one of my family members can see why I love the city so much. I'm pretty sure the cherry blossoms are in full bloom and they're so gorgeous.
After our run we walked through the park a bit, then down Central Park West, and then over towards Broadway. We stumbled upon a place to eat, which I love doing, because now that place will forever be ours and I'll think of tonight whenever I pass by it.

I am so grateful for technology we have today. I've been catching up on conference since I missed it all while in DC. It's nice to be able to read it in the Ensign, but it's really nice to be watching it as if it's live.

I'm so happy baseball season has started. I feel like a crappy fan admitting I haven't seen any games yet, but I've either been out when they've been on, or someone else is watching something on tv and it's about five months too early to try to hijack the tv. I have, however, occasionally sat and watched the live feed on my phone. Almost as good as listening on the radio right? :) I can't wait to go to my first game of the season. The Angels are in town this week and I'd love to go to a game now that Godzilla plays for them, but that's not working out either. My dad and I were going to try to go but the days we could they're day games. We were going to go to a Mets game instead (still haven't been to the new stadium) but they're away. What luck!

Work's been incredibly busy the three weeks or so. I'm looking forward to things slowing down a bit, and being a little less stressful in the next week or so.

Alright, time to log off. I've been saying I'd go to bed early for a few weeks, and tonight it's finally going to happen. Hurray!

7 comments:

Elise said...

Fun that you went running with your dad. That will be a good memory for sure.

Reagan said...

I'm blushing! You are so sweet, the sweetest my dear.

Sometime we should meet up after work and run the res, since I'm just right there!

Michelle said...

Oh my goodness! What a small world this is! I went to school with and was friends with Reagan's brother-in-law Pete! So I guess her hubby too, but I don't think I knew him. Anyway, how totally random that you would know each other! And seriously, when are you going to be heading to denver?! I would love to see you, or I suppose a trip to NY withOUT any kids might be kinda nice too...

楊怡均 said...

「不可能」這個字詞,在聰明人的字典中是找不到的。 ..................................................

Jeff said...

Rae:

I translated that Chinaman's comment, but I'm not sure it makes much sense, at least in this context. It might be an automated post.

It basically says: "(Not possible) This phrase can't be found in an intelligent person's dictionary."

That's a literal translation. I have no idea what that is supposed to mean.

Sean and Becky said...

We're so glad that you came, and that you had fun! See you in July! :)

chelse said...

Yea for life! I kind of wish I was in Texas with you , but mostly wished you were all in Hawaii with us!