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November Wrap Up!

11 months gone for 2012.  Only about 3 weeks left until Armageddon, too, and I still have a lot to do  :mrgreen:

Billy had his big adventure at the vet’s today.  He was quite the trooper and is now back home and singing soprano.  Such a good kitty.  Officially up for adoption now.

Without further ado, here were the goals for November and how I did:

1. Do several days a week of lower-carb/grain-free.  I did okay here, but this last week was a trip to Snack Town. Ugh.

2. Organize the bedroom.  Oops. I did go thrifting for dressers, but couldn’t find anything in my price range (aka cheap). This is a work in progress

3. Run a 5K on Thanksgiving.  I did not run one on Thanksgiving, but did run one the week before. I did walk for at least a 5K on Thanksgiving and now I have given up running yet again.

4. Get out and do more.  I have felt so busy this month that I don’t know if this was a success or not. LOL

5.  Going with the no-grain days in goal 1, I will also make some new grain-free recipes and post them.  I posted 2 recipes. Parmesan crackers and the banana puff.

Goals were definitely underachieved this month. That’s okay, though. Plenty of goals are always available to work for!

This weekend is more craft show shopping, taking John out for his football meal (again!!! Ahhhh!!!), and who knows what other trouble I will get into.

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12 comments to November Wrap Up!

  • All in all I would say you did well Lori! Are you giving up running because of pain? Where did John choose for his football meal this week? Bummer that you lost again.

    Glad that Billy did well at the vet and can now be adopted out. Hope someone decided to take him home soon.

  • I wish I lived closer. I bet Billy has a lot of experience being a good mouser (NOT at your house. I mean he was out on his own for a while!)

    Anyway, at least you set goals, Lori! That gives you a framework to continue working in.

    • Haha – we do get mice from time to time. Billy should help with that since they come in from out there. We had one mouse in the house and Pixie had a ball chasing him around until we herded him towards a door and he went flying out.

  • All is good Lori – you do so much in terms of goals!!!! See ya in about 7-9 days! happy

  • Still haven’t tried that Banana Puff and I’m excited about it. Think it’ll be a good breakfast option to add to my arsenal. Keep posting recipes – seems our appetites are similar. I most always like what you post. Happy December!!

  • I see November as a successful month Lori. Congrats. Just catching up on your kitty post too. I DO see Mickey Mouse in Billy’s back. AWWW. He’s a lucky boy, you’ve saved his life while he waits for his forever home. Have a wonderful weekend!

  • Glad Mr. Bill(y) is doing well after his surgery – I hope he finds a good forever home soon.

  • Other than the trend in football picks, it looks like November was a good month! (I thought that was you I saw over in SnackTown. I’d have said hello, but I was too busy snacking. happy )

  • Biz

    Glad Billy is doing fine – hopefully he’ll find a good family! Enjoy your Sunday!

  • I think you did great on your goals. You definitely got out more than I did last month so in my book you met your goal.

    Glad to hear Billy was such a trooper, I hope you find a loving home for him soon.

  • Sitting here enjoying your recent Almond Banana Puff for breakfast and catching up on blogs. Love the Puff, BTW. Used 1 egg, 1 egg white and threw in a tablespoon of pumpkin just because it was sitting there as I had opened the can for something else I was making. Add two strips of turkey bacon – YUMMY breakfast indeed! Sorry about the work changes. Having been self-employed for many years, I fully empathize with the constant uncertainty. Can’t imagine what it would be like to BOTH be self-employed. That theatre looks beautiful!

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