Celebrate The Small Things: April 17, 2015

Celebrate the Small Things is hosted by Lexa Cain along with wonderful co- hosts Writing Off The Edge and The Cyborg Mom.

Wow, I haven't been here in ages!  Seems like with all the sick and life in general I haven't felt like there was much to celebrate but you know I have found it this week.  The kids and I made a lasagna for the first time on Wednesday afternoon and it was fantastic!  Ace ate half a pan of it.  The joys of having a pre-teen boy in the house.

I started 5k training this week as well, it's my goal to be able to run a 5k by the end of the summer.  If you are laughing now then that means you know me.  But I am serious about this, once the A to Z Challenge is over I am going to start keeping you guys posted about how it is going.  I assure you so far it's been pretty hilarious.  

Lot's of fun and exciting stuff coming up though so keep an eye on this spot.  I am back in full force. 

This is a blog hop, go check out what everyone else is celebrating.


  1. Congratulations on training for a 5K race. I'm a runner, and I run a 5K about 3 or 4 times a week. ~~~~ Have patience, and work up to it. You'll be there in no time. Hal Higdon has an excellent 5K training online schedule. You may find it helpful -

    Hal Higdon 5K Training: Novice

    Jolie du Pre's blog -Precious Monsters

    1. Thanks! I can't imagine running 5k once yet. Walking it maybe...but I know I will EVENTUALLY get there. ;)

  2. The lasagne sounds wonderful, and it's so nice your family made it all together! Congrats on starting to train for running. You can do it! I look forward to hearing updates on your progress. Have a lovely weekend. :)

  3. I love lasagne. Good luck with all the training. Will pop back and hear how you are getting on.

  4. I love lasagne in any way, shape, or form. So nice you were all able to enjoy it together.

  5. Almost any kind of pasta works for me. Good luck training.

  6. Good luck with the training. I'm sure you'll do it if you stick with your training. :-)


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