I had already planned on this weekend being a rest
I've been using iPhoto for three years, and I love it! However, Apple discontinued using it, and now they want us to use Photos (a different program that basically does the same stuff). This would have been a very simple task if all of my photos were dated properly, but somehow, they got jumbled and I knew it would be a huge pain to organize them. Hence the procrastination.
First, I went to Wal-Mart to buy an external hard drive. I have over 20,000 photos on my computer, which takes up a lot of space, so I got a 2 TB hard drive to back everything up to. Since I've been sick, I have spent a couple of days working on the transfer. Eventually, once all my photos are in one spot, I'd like to go through and tag them all with Faces. That will take weeks or even months to do, but when it's done, I'll be SO happy to have all my photos super organized.
I still haven't made up my mind about starting a training plan or some sort of schedule. I really feel like I need a plan to follow, because I'm having a very hard time making myself work out. However, I don't really want to train hard--at least not for a few more months--and I don't want to do long distances. So, basically, I just need to make a plan to stay active, but not really train for anything in particular.
I've been having a hard time tracking my food on the weekends, which is odd--weekends have never really been a particular problem for me. The last two weekends, I had two high-calorie days in a row. My body does fine with just one high-calorie day, but having two in a row makes my weight stay the same for the week. To lose weight, I need to get back in the habit of one day per week. Most interesting to me, though, is the fact that I have consistently gotten right back to normal-calorie days in between. It would be easy to let two days turn into three, and then into four, etc.
Sorry, I really don't have anything else to write! I really hope I can kick this cold soon. Noah said something funny today, so I'll leave with this...
The kids have been interested in roller blading, and Noah's blades were too small when he put them on today. I dug my roller blades out of my closet, and said he could try those on.
Noah: Wow, those rollerblades look really old. When were they made?
Me: I got them when I was about 16.
Noah: Dang, so they were made in the 1900's!
(I haven't even taken any photos I could use for this post! Here is an oldie but goodie...)
Remember that time I wore my helmet backwards the entire 20-something miles of my ride? ;)