It's been awhile, I know. I have stuff to say even. I feel that I walk a fine line here with my identity, and so often I want to word vomit, but then I realize how easily I can be found out if I do.
I really like to word vomit; hence, why I like to blog.
Let's work up to the more interesting stuff. This month was an okay month health/exercise-wise. I had gained 2 pounds in March, and I lost those 2 pounds in April. My BMI is acceptable. I've bought skinny work pants. I'm in my smaller jeans. I'd like to get into the little denim shorts I wore in 8th grade--they don't quite button, but, let's not be greedy when I can fit into the stuff I wore in 9th grade. (Just to be clear, I was never svelte, even in 8th grade.)
I'm not particularly religious. I was raised Catholic, but I would say that I was never really into it. I was the kid who was forced to go to mass every week and who was forced to go to religious education one day a week for a few hours. I was resigned to the fact that I had to go, but for the most part I'd tune out both mass and religious education and instead think about other things. I'm not a huge fan of organized religion, disagree with some of the church's stances, but yet I believe in God and a supreme being. When I see the religious fanatics on Facebook who post Bible quotes and attribute God to all the bad/good things in their lives, I simultaneously roll my eyes and envy the faith they have in religion. I wish my faith was that powerful.
I will be back. Yes, I know I keep saying that. This blog is important to me. I love to go back and read what I wrote in moments in time, and if I don't write, then I don't have anything to memorialize the moments as they zip by...they seem to be going by faster as time goes on.