WO: Weekly Obsessions
Open wide for this week’s spoonful of senility:
- Ash Wednesday: It’s that special time of year when smudged foreheads are common and we Catholics have Fish Fry Fridays — happy Lent, everybody!
- Tampa Bay’s 2nd Annual NEDA Walk: An organization I’m part of is sponsoring this annual walk for eating-disorder awareness. It’s this Saturday, Feb. 25, at Al Lopez Park — will you be there?
- Old-Lady Walks: When I need some time to myself (with Rachel), laps around the office lobby are in order. We channel our inner old ladies — now, if only we could wear neon sweat suits …
- This Song: The random song filling my mental jukebox all week long? “What Becomes of the Broken Hearted?” Not sure where it came from, but sure wish it would leave.
I’m still trying to figure out what I’m sacrificing this Lenten season. Till then, I can’t help but celebrate National Margarita Day with my biffle, Jose Cuervo. Cheers!
Images courtesy of: Wikipedia, Fight Eating Disorders, Newcastle PCT, Flickr
What did you end up giving up??
I’ve started doing a few things, in addition to a few sacrifices. This year’s new habits are donating to various causes (be it with time or money), as well as getting at least 30 minutes of activity in each day. The sacrifices will remain a secret — but the whole world will know if I screw it up!!
Is there something wrong with me wearing a neon sweatsuit in public? JK
No, as long as you didn’t get it at Cracker Barrel 😉