Insanely busy week, so sorry about the lack of posting! Home is always busy, but the church was busy this week too and I was busy, and let's just stick to the facts, shall we?
My scale is still dropping. I despise, loathe and detest running sprints, but by george, it has gotten my scale moving for the first time since June, so I will take it and literally run with it. Jack taught an extra kickboxing class this week so I took that twice and only made one Muscle Makeover class but did run sprints Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Three times a week is currently my goal and though it pains me to think it, I should next week switch from minute sprints to 90 seconds. I don't want to, but I will and I have the weekend to groan in my head about it.
I visited Shiloh this week and she is doing incredibly well. She still doesn't know a lot as far as her treatment goes as she hasn't met with the oncologist yet, but we all continue to pray for the best news. But she was up and around and gave us a tour of her parents home where they are living and wow, what a beautiful place! It was a really good visit and it's just sad that the oboxious place we met did not put us in a situation to become friends earlier, but we're there now and I look forward to seeing her again and cheering her on as she fights this disease. Her children are positively precious and seem to be taking everything in stride for as much as young ones can comprehend what is happening. They all need your prayers, so please keep them coming.
I have signed up for Washington County Relay for Life, but more on that way later as that is not till summer 2010, but it all has to do with walking and raising money to kick cancer's ass. I am so grateful for the donations you all have given so far for the walk against breast cancer. I am still $55 short of my goal, so if you can help, please go here and seach for Kimberly Jones and help me give cancer a big ole boot in it's backside. Cures to breast cancer and all cancers start one step and one dollar at a time, so even small donations add up to amazing things.