Sunday, March 15, 2009

The truth will set you free

Dear Blog,
I have a shocking secret to admit, BellaFrench has a hater. I know, I know, it's hard to was a big idea for me to swallow. After a couple of weeks of ruminating on this subject I am now understanding the ramifications of having someone dislike you. It's not fun. It appears as though an internet troll stumbled upon my little bloggy here and wasn't in love with it! Shocking. Having someone dislike my blog has affected how often I've been posting and it just dawned on me today that that is not fair to all of the people who DO like my blog. So, pish posh, I wash my hands of you hater. As Rihanna sings so eloquently with T.I, "ain't got no time for no hata's, just livin' my life."

Seattle is as cold as ever and this year it seems as though snow really likes this area. People in Seattle amaze me. Only in this city will 8,000 people show up for a 3.5 mile run in 34 degree weather, did I mention it was snowing? Oh yeah, it was snowing. This was no ordinary snow folks, the snowflakes were about as big as a quarter. They were the fattest snowflake this southerner has ever seen! I wasn't totally into waking up before seven on the Lord's day to go run in the snow, but I gave my word to my team that I would be there. Oh yeah, and I dragged Aaron along with me :) Yay for being married!! You get to do all sorts of fun stuff! The race was fun, I'm not sure what my time was but I'm sure it was superfast. I had fun seeing my girls this morning and the race was aight and then I enjoyed getting in the car and coming home! Wooo. Here's a pic of our crew and yeah, my eyes are totally closed.

So, I can successfully run 3.5 miles, only 10 more to go before the half marathon in June! Wooooooo. (Shout out to Drew! Can't wait to see you!)

In other exciting news, my ten year high school reunion is this summer!! Argh. I'm getting old! I'm debating upon whether or not I'm going to go. I mean, I think I should go but what if I fly all the way to the South Carolina and it's totally lame? What do you think peeps? Should I go to my high school reunion and drag The Ron along with me?



Anonymous said...

I think you'll find that the closer it gets, the more you'll feel pulled to make the trip.
Can't say I'd fly all the way across the country for it, but I am sure it will be different as an attendee than a planner. You'll probably have much more fun!
(they pretty much suck)

Connor Family Blog said...

Mate, sounds like the running is going well! I'm proud! I'm not sure I would fly home for the reunion...well, unless you have some other exciting plans in case the reunion sucks. That's what we're planning on. Mine is May 2nd and we're planning on going out and getting wasted...oops, nevermind, going out and eating some yummy food if it's boring.

Drew said...

Woooohoooooooo Seattle Half Baby!!!!!!! I've got my ticket and training is on!!

I agree with Fair - only come home if you have backup plans. But make sure at least one of your friends is there to take pictures so you can see how fat everyone has gotten.

Anonymous said...

ugh - I want to punch your blog-hater in the face. I guess that would make me a blog-hater-hater. Good for you for giving the virtual middle-finger to that sucka.
keep runnin' and writin'. And thanks for the tips on Charlotte. I'll be taking some classes at YogaOne next week to de-stress from job interviews!

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