Posted on February 23, 2016
This ‘N That
Good morning!! It’s been a hot minute since the last time I checked in. I hope you are all doing well! Let’s fill you in on what’s been going on since I last posted.
First ProAm came and I worked 50ish hours that week. It was such an amazing, exhausting, fun week. I’m not kidding when I say it was exhausting though. I may have ended up with a giant bowl of cereal for dinner on the kitchen floor with my dog.
I bartended 3 days on the course, mostly for the celebrity charity shootouts and then 3 days inside the Beach Club. We moved the piano (left corner) and set up a full bar. I never bartend inside (I prefer being outside) but it was so fun!
Our view for the day.
The week after ProAm Mike had carpal tunnel surgery on both hands. I tried very nicely and unsuccessfully to convince him to do one hand at a time. Then I just said fine then, I’m not wiping your butt, so you’ll have to figure it out.
Welcome to marriage haha!
He was in quite a bit of pain for the first few days, but much better now. Bam was nice enough to take the night shift so I could get some rest.
Mike & I totally binge watched 10 episodes of Last Man Standing on Netflix the other day. It’s hilarious and Tim Allen’s character, Mike strikingly resembles my husband. Pretty sure my conservative friends will love this show.
I’ve been playing around with the Paleo Breakfast Muffin recipe I shared with you guys last month. This batch had double vanilla & apricots. Mike loved it! Kinda made up for my failed attempt at making bread in the bread machine last night. Womp womp.
PS Trader Joe’s now has frozen apricots AND nectarines!! They are delicious.
Spring has arrived!!
We’re heading to Stanford today for my 5th alcohol injection for Morton’s Neuroma and final EPAT treatment on the sesamoid in my left foot. The right foot completed treatment about 10 days ago.
I’m so stoked both treatments are working! The sesamoids are very slowly feeling better, and the alcohol injections are rapidly working. It’s mostly sore now, but not painful. I can now walk over 5 miles a day. My feet are still sore at night, but they bounce back quickly and I’m able to move around far more now than last month. I finally have hope I will be able to run again one day!
Now it’s your turn to fill me in on what you’ve been up to!
What show(s) are you currently watching?