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10 June 2009

Day Two Hundred Sixty-Four.

Did anyone care to tell me the things I would have to do again to go back to Alaska because I obviously forgot. I am not sure how I didn't recall the torture of dealing with insurance, sending things, and figuring out vehicles and finances on my own I went through nine months ago. Today I printed my Tricare forms to switch back to West and bought boxes to begin sending the pile of things I have accumulated in my time here. Mostly thank my husband for that pile because he has done nothing but spoil me on holidays...with large items. I also have this nice long list to still accomplish like Emmie to the vet to get her health certificate, send my last care package to Jason, go through my clothes, oh yes and clear my desk and computer at work. That is right I only have TWO weeks left of work. Somewhere in all of this "to-do list before you go" I have lost my energy to workout. I feel like a big blob not pushing myself harder or being at the gym at night. I really need to get it together and can I just say after the "to-do list now that you are back in Alaska" I am going to spend a great amount of time pampering myself with extra hours of sleep, being lazy in bed, running whenever I want during the day, and returning to the gym in the afternoon like I wish I could do now. Ahh just one month and that bliss starts but the paycheck ends. Sad face.

11 comments:

Mrs R said...

Run schmun. Eh.

Good luck with everything.

50 degrees? Its like 90 here with 80% humdity. :(

Rebecca said...

Good luck! Hang in there.

Samantha the ArmyWife said...

oh the joys of moving.... things are still up in the air for us- not sure if I'm looking forward to the physical relocating part of the deal as much as I am the being somewhere else part of the deal. hmmm ;) it'll work out though for you and ME!

Sara said...

This is exactly why I decided a long time ago I will NOT be going back to Alaska lol

When I was moving everyone kept telling me how wonderful it would be when it was done and I never thought I would get through it in one piece, but they were right. The small vacation between realities was amazing : )

Lisa said...

Eh, the workouts will come back. You've got a lot on your mind and a lot to work on! Have fun with the rest of the moving process!

Post Tenebras Lux said...

You win some, you lose some, right? =) Hang in there!

Mrs. G.I Joe said...

Such a toss up:p Paycheck or bliss...hmmm...I'd love to be able to run whenever I feel like it!

megan said...

Oh gosh. I am not looking forward to that big move. Well, sorta. Its a love/hate ordeal with me haha! I'm flying home with my dogs and leaving them down south this Fall so we don't have to stop for several potty breaks during the looong drive.

Good luck!!! It'll be over before you know it! :-)

Crazy Shenanigans said...

That's so exciting though! Going back to Alaska means that your getting so close to him being home!!!

(army)Wife said...

Ugh...moving!! Good luck with it all :)

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