Thursday, February 18, 2016

What is going on Trish???

There really is nothing much new to report in the day and the life of Trish.  Working 2 jobs still, about 70 hours per week and 7 days a week.  I haven’t had an entire day off since December 2015.  On the days I work both jobs I am up at 4 am and home at 11:30 pm and then up at 4 am again.  Makes for a long day and honestly I am so darn tired sometimes I don’t know how I get out of bed and face the day but I have faith that in the end if nothing else Logan will see me as a true superhero.  LOL

I have been dating, some good experiences, some bad, some GREAT!  The thing is the bad doesn’t even matter because I’m having fun and I’m living and those are two things I haven’t had much of in the past.  I have become open to new experiences and new memories. 

Logan is such a great kid, he makes me smile.  He is doing great in school again, will start driving anytime and is trying out for his high school baseball team.  All these life events I am so incredibly lucky to be apart of and witness.  Watching him grow up and become a man is so rewarding.  I know as my youngest child this is the last time I will go through all this teenage stuff and part of me is thrilled and the other part of me thinks well there is always Eli.  LOL

My transformation (weight loss challenge for myself) is almost complete.  I have committed to and love the gym.  I am so glad that in times of turmoil and chaos rather than bury my head in the sand, I chose to make a positive change and put all my frustration and pain into me and my health.  Additionally I have cut out all carbs (mostly) and only ever drink water other than an occasional beer at my favorite place in town.  I go to the gym about 5 times a week.  It has become my happy place, the place in my hectic life that I get to do exactly what I want, listen to music, shut off my phone, shut out the world and just breath. 

Overall life is grand and hopefully will only continue to surprise me by its amazing blessings.    No matter what tomorrow brings or throws at me, I will have no regrets and I will be happy.



1 comment:

Sue Eder said...


I love the woman you are and you have shown your true self by being the confident, strong woman that you are. You have taken hold of your life and are living it in a healthy and happy way and I am so proud of you. You have inspired me to try to work toward my health in many ways too and for that I am grateful. I love you baby sister and could not be prouder of you. You ROCK!!!!