Good morning, and Shana Tova/Happy New Year to you, if you are celebrating Rosh Hashana today!
We are heading to shul and then to Adam's parents' for a lunch.
I hope you had a good weekend. Mine was good, bad, and at times, ugly.
Lets start with the ugly. Saturday night I was hit with food poisoning and ended up barfing my guts up. I think it was from some raw spinach I ate that night for dinner. It really was not fun. Luckily, it was out of my system by morning so I was actually able to teach my spinning class. I didn't really feel I had a choice anyways, unless I was really out of commission, because finding a sub early on a Sunday morning would not have been easy.
The bad was that Adam opened the box for our new TV stand, which we were going to try and assemble and it was immediately obvious it wasn't happening. Like five thousand parts and an instruction book the size of War and Peace. Seriously? Like it would have taken us the entire day! I immediately sent out contractor a note asking them to come back and help us with it, and all the remaining furniture that needs to be assembled. I am quite upset actually, because I want everything to be completely done, and I hate feeling helpless. I wish I liked building stuff, but I just don't.
The good is that I got a lot of errands done that I wasn't sure I would be able to fit in, and a friend of mine came over with her daughter on Saturday and we were able to really sit and chat for the first time in a long while, so that was awesome.
Also, the rain on Sunday conveniently timed itself for late morning so Adam was able to get out for his long run and I was able to get to and from the gym on my bike without getting soaked. Even better is that the rain didn't last long and it then turned into a gorgeous day. I love autumn!!
Have a great day, and even if you aren't celebrating the Jewish New Year, have some apples and honey, its yummy!