I finally finished working on Isis last night. I’ve had so much going on with trying to get my house prepared to sell that the last thing on my mind has been drawing. I’m happy with the way she turned out and my boyfriend loves it. Thats all that matters to me.
Now back to the grueling work of getting the house ready. Which by the way was suppose to be listed in March, then April, and now its looking like late May. I’ve been stressed out beyond belief and so ready to have it done and over with. I’ve found some relief in working out. I’m back to exercising twice a day and feeling great. I just wish the results would hurry up and show, but I’m trying to be patient. I know it won’t happen over night.
Saturday morning I spent walking 3 miles for the Color Me Rad 5k as I did last year. That included a 1/2 mile walk to and from the parking lot, so all in all 4 miles. I didn’t get no where near as much color on me as last year, but still had a great time! This is definitely going to be something I do every year.
After cleaning up I headed to Busch Gardens with the love of my life and spent the whole day doing more walking! I loved it! We didn’t have much waiting time for rides and it was a beautiful day!
I had a great weekend, very productive and it made something click in me to get the ball rolling with creating a healthier me. Being so active reminded me what I missed most about myself. It’s time to be more active again and getting back into shape the way I use to be. Stop dwelling and saying “I’m going to”, then doing nothing about it or getting discouraged. Out with the old and in with the new. I’ve come up with a challenge for myself at the gym to kick it off along with enjoying yoga class I have been attending twice a week.
After suffering a migraine all day Friday, I was glad it eased up enough to see Evil Dead with my boyfriend that night. We had been waiting for it to be released for quite some time now. I’ve seen the original and have to admit I haven’t seen the others, the sequal or Army of Darkness. I plan to if I can ever find them!
I wasn’t sure what to expect and saw it with an open mind. I’m not one of those die hard fans that go balistic when a remake comes out. As I said before, I kept an open mind. I went into the theater not expecting anything. I think its better that way, then you won’t be disappointed right?
We weren’t disappointed and both thought it was really good. In fact we want to see it again. We both like gorey stuff and it definitely didn’t lack in that department. I wouldn’t call it exactly a remake, but loosely based on the original. Yes, it did have the group of people at the cabin and some of the key scenes, but the plot was a little different. I won’t spoil it for those that haven’t seen it and want to by saying anymore about it. My boyfriend and I are a little on the morbid side so naturally we laughed at different things. I think out of the 10 other couples we were the only ones that found anything funny. Others were either covering their faces or giving us looks…oops.
Anyway, has anyone else seen it? How did you like it?
I love The Golden Girls. I own every season on DVD and watch them ALL the time. It’s kind of my “go to” for when I’m in a bad mood or any mood for that matter, my happy place. Here’s a few humorous pictures I found online.
I had to share this, I found it on Pinterest and find it to be so true. Every girl is different, just like every guy is. Why can’t people accept others as they are?
“Every girl is expected to have caucasian blue eyes, full Spanish lips, a classic button nose, hairless Asian skin with a California tan, a Jamaican dance hall ass, long Swedish legs, small Japanese feet, the abs of a lesbian gym owner, the hips of a nine-year-old boy, the arms of Michelle Obama and doll tits. This is why everyone is struggling.” -Tina Fey.
Here’s a portrait I’m working on for my boyfriend. This is Isis, who I also resently did and posted under my old pet portrait blog. Wish I had saved the picture before deleting that blog, oh well.