Oh Hallelujah…it is Friday and I for one could not be happier. I realize I’ve said this the past few weeks, but this week has seemed lllooonnnggg! I think it’s the end of the year rush toward the holidays, wishing it was time for Thanksgiving break stress and exhaustion, ha-ha. Not that I’m really exhausted…and I suppose I have little to be stressed about, but there you have it.
I’m just really glad it’s Friday and I’m really glad to be linking up for Five on Friday!
Two. Nationals Holiday Packets – that’s right, if you’re reading that and thinking “what in the world” then fear not…because what that means is I already have tickets to THREE Nationals games for the 2016 season! The Nationals are currently offering Holiday ticket packs and you can get tickets to three games next season for as low as $45! You better believe I jumped on that deal, scored myself some tickets and now I’ll be watching the Nationals play the Marlins in April, the Cubs in June and the Rockies in August. If you live in the DC, Northern Virginia or Maryland area and want to check it out, look no further than right here. Bonus: If you buy your tickets before December 11th, you get an ornament!
Three. Fitness this week has been interesting…to say the least. I embraced the elliptical on Monday night, we were out and about on Tuesday night and on Wednesday night I really decided I’d jump off the deep end and commit to trying out Jillian Michaels Thirty Day Shred. Oh sweet merciful Lord, I don’t really know why I thought it would be a good idea because I’m two days in and it’s nothing but pain. I’m pretty pleased because I’ve made it two days and stayed committed but man, my legs are killing me…my arms hurt when I raise them too high and my abs (or lack thereof) scream every time I sneeze. So – yea, the fitness is happening. And the fitness might kill me, ha-ha! But – I press on!
I think it should be a requirement that everyone work retail during the Holiday season once in their life…so….When you shop this Christmas season – try to remember that retail employees are people too; they may be having a bad holiday season or just a bad day – and nine times out of ten, if the store doesn’t have the shirt you want in the size you want, it’s not their fault. Treat all people with kindness. All people. Of course – some funnies…because I couldn’t pick just one.