I should write things. I am falling behind on my posts. In my defense I have been really busy. I was at a wedding from Wednesday to Sunday. The hemorrhoids have been a massive pain in my ass (literally). Work has been killing me. To top it off, I have another wedding to go to this weekend. Let’s break this down:
Weddings: This gets a whole category to itself. Apparently it’s a joke amongst my coworkers that “I get married too often” because it seems like I’m always at wedding. I will have gone to 5 in a years time. UGH! Not that I don’t love weddings. It is just that they are soooooooo expensive. My bank account are crying. The wedding I went to last weekend was for my twin in the sorority. It was all fun and great but I honestly felt like an outsider there. Most of the friends that came to the wedding all still lived near school so they saw each other often. I was honestly happy to go home sunday morning. Don’t get me wrong, it was great to see everyone, but I also remembered why I left South Carolina.
I have another wedding this weekend. It is for my cousin. Honestly, I am excited to see Caitlin more than anything. On a more exciting note: MY BEST FRIEND OF 24 YEARS IS ENGAGED! That is on wedding I’m looking forward to I will be making a lot of trips back to VA in the new future to help her out.
Health: If it isn’t one thing it’s another. 2016 seems to be the year of Meghan’s Body HATES her. First my ankle. Then the Lipase levels. Now the hemorrhoids. UGH! When will it end. The pain from the hemorrhiods has finally gone away for the most part. Don’t get me wrong, they are still super uncomfortable. I sadly had to make an appointment with a rectal surgeon to discuss a minor surgery to get rid of them. Side note: today I learned that a rectal suergon was a thing.
Running: After the success of my half marathon (minus the blisters and hemorrhoids) I have decided to registered for another. I haven’t officially registered yet…but I am. This race has two options: 1) pay $85 to race or 2) commit to raising $500 for St. Jude Children’s Hospital and run for free. I think I’m am going to go with option 2 because I’m broke. Once I am registered I will attach the link if anyone would like to donate 🙂
Life: Life is good (other than the hemorrhoids part). I can’t complain all that much. Things with my family are good. Thing with friends are good. My soccer team is doing well. I haven’t gotten to see much of NBF lately but things are still good with him. Fall is here and October is right around the corner. Like I said, I can’t really complain.
That’s all I got for now!