I’m back from my little blogging break. Last week was so busy at work that by the time I got home I was tired most of the nights and didn’t do much more than reading or watch some TV.
Things at work aren’t going to change much the next couple of months, it will still be busy. During July and August things were quiet at work and I have to get used to being busy again but once I am, I’m okay.
The Category Manager I work for got a promotion within the concern and is leaving our company. This means I will get a new manager to work for in a couple of months. We invited him to dinner last Wednesday to thank him and kind of saying goodbye (he will be in the same building so we will see him again). The food was great and we had fun. I didn’t take any pictures of that night.
Yesterday was most likely the last day of Summer we had here, at least that’s what the weather people tell us. Because it is already September it wasn’t too hot for me because it wasn’t humid and I spend most of the day in the garden reading.
The first pic is of our garden, the only sunshine we have early in the morning is in the back on the top.
Oh wait, look closer and you see that someone has found that spot too.
Weekly workout review:
Last week was not exactly how I planned it, mostly because I was tired. But the week before that was a good one. Running still goes great but I missed 2 runs last week and don’t feel ready for the next step and will repeat last week’s training next week.
The week before that however was a great workout week.
Bella and Fran’s Summer challenge: walk at least 30 minutes every day:
Days till the end of Summer: 66 days
Success: 30 days
Fail: 26 days
At least we have more successful days than failures. Only 10 more days before Autumn officially starts and I’ll try to walk with Bella every day. I already decided to do the challenge again in Autumn and make it a bigger success.
R. wasn’t home for dinner and I grilled a steak and stir-fried zucchini, pak choi and mushrooms with a little soy sauce. It was delicious.
Easy dinner: meat, potatoes and green beans.