Blessed. 6 Mile Mornin' Run!

The initial thought of me graduating was, OHHH NO MY LIFE IS OVER. I adored college. College for me was amazing. I loved high school, loved college, and honestly I am beginning to love being out of school.

What?! Did I actually just say that?! Yep!

I have been feeling so blessed. I was thinking about how life goes so quickly. Before I moved here, I wasted a lot of energy dreading it and worrying about it. One of the best advice tips I got was that you need to give God your worries (literally tell God to take the worry and he can deal with it) and then to say "Yes" to more things. I am so happy that I did. If I had be negative then I wouldn't have moved in with Anthony- the best part of me living in this city! 

I have become even closer to Anthony. He makes me so happy. I am shocked with how well he takes care of me. Last night he came home with my favorites: Flowers, a girl magazine, and gum. (He knows how to make me happy!) I also get to come home to 3 loving pup-children: Berkley, Dixie, and Drago. 

This morning I woke up and forced myself to go run- wasn't feeling it. BUT once I got out there I really enjoyed it. 

I did a 6 mile run (56 mins) at Memorial Park. I love when I have a good run, come home to shower, and then put on a big boyfriend's tshirt and curl up with some breakfast!! 

On that note... real world starts in a week. Whomp, Whomp. :)


  1. I'm so glad you found my blog this morning! It looks like we have lots of the same interests... dogs, running, and food!

    Thank you for all you do for Boxer rescue. They are beautiful dogs and I know quite a few people who have adopted from the Boxer rescue here in Dallas. Going to the shelters always breaks my heart, such sweet dogs there. Your pups look adorable!

    Hope you have a great day.

  2. girl i found your blog through htown bloggers and it's so cute! i understand the transition from college to real world is so crazy. no one prepares you for it but i think one of the best surprises it that the real world isn't so bad!