I cannot believe it’s Friday already- I didn’t even post yesterday- let a lone take photos of the ridiculous amount of cookies I ate- that happens though- It’s crunch time at school, my period may or may not be coming, and my first love, the best love of my life thus far and I broke up last week. I haven’t talked about that one yet because I wasn’t quite sure what was happening or how to deal with it. Needless to say my life has been a roller coaster of emotion the last two weeks- and things finally are beginning to feel like they’re going to be ok.
It’s crazy how you can drown yourself in everything in your life, feeling like you’re struggling to catch your breath- while the whole time you have been breathing and getting by, and managed to come out the other end and be ok.
School isn’t over for me yet- I have four research papers due next week- all of which are no where near finished- but I couldn’t seem to wrap my head around doing anything other then eating things with sugar and fat the last week. And you know what?! I’m ok with that- that happens- that is what they call life.
Yesterday though- on the last day of my sugary love fest I was throwing for myself, I made Averie’s Vegan Coconut Oil Chocolate– I’m not going to lie, it didn’t taste like regular chocolate (no shock though- I doubt I can do what Denman Island does justice), but it was GOOD! It was an easy fudgey second that I would make again in a heart beat! I think the next time I whip up a batch though, I’m going to mix it with coconut and oats before tossing it in the freezer- make a little energy bar out of the mix.
This morning I woke up feeling good. I went for a 40minute easy run before settling into my oats and giving this blog a little l.o.v.e. before heading back to my paper and trying to knock off another couple hundred words (hopefully more) before heading down to volunteer and then to work. Tonight’s a big hockey game for Canada and Friday- and basically any day in general- which means wine with girlfriends! I’m looking forward to a glass or two before bed after this long, long week- and yes, it’s not even 8:30am and I’m talking about wine.
Hope everyone has a great day- and enjoys the last weekend of Olympic TV- Check out the Giveaway– winners announced on Sunday!
What’s been your favorite story so far? Who’s been your favorite character to watch? I’m not going to lie, I still love Patrick Chan- he will always have a piece of my heart- but Joannie Rochette– I can not believe her strength through these last weeks. She’s my hero.