Colossians 3:17

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Wednesday, August 10, 2005

bright blue

I went to bed at 11:00 PM last night. Got up with my alarm at 7:34 AM(I hit snooze once). I woke up completely exhausted. It was as if I hadn't even slept last night. I just couldn't seem to shake it all day at work dispite drinking espresso and tea. Whats wrong with me?


I bought a brite blue bike helmet today. Its super nice with adjustable straps. It is quite possibly one of the nicest helmets I have ever had. Then when I got home I of course had to break it in, so I went for a nice hard bike ride. I did the 8 1/2 mile loop my sister and I used to do together, and I think I did pretty good time for not biking in a long time!


  • At 5:26 PM, Blogger MOLLY said…

    congrats on the bright blue helmet & "lucky!" on the bike ride. i wish my bike worked.

    you know... i haven't been feeling so hot when i wake up either-- is it the adjusting back to work after a vacation? I wonder... my eyelids feel so heavy...

  • At 8:51 PM, Blogger Spicer said…

    I can't sleep past 6am. Even when I decide to go to bed really late. Which I guess isn't bad because I need to be at the Church for 8:15 every morning. Silly working at VBS for a vacation. I mean that in the happiest and most appreciative way possible. I love VBS. I also love puppies.

  • At 8:10 AM, Blogger D-Tone said…

    Hey Kay Tee,
    thanks for inspiring my to get of my lazy behind. The mere thought of 8.5 miles makes my legs tremble. I can't wait to figure out cool places to run down here. Road running on narrow roads with rednecks in pickup trucks isn't doing it for me.

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  • At 9:53 AM, Anonymous KA said…

    Hey Katy! Didn't your sister do her dts in ireland? I was just wondering because one of my friends is thinking of doing one there. If she did, perhaps she can convince him how wonderful it was! He's looking at a particular base in northern ireland. Anyways...let me know whatever.


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