- I’m 100% cutting out soda and fast food. As of today 5/24/12 I’m limiting myself to NONE. ( Only Fazolis when I’ve stayed committed for a while because everyone knows how delicious and tempting Italian is.) I’m going to try and eat more nutritious things, more fruits and veggies and less junk.
- I’m going to start running each morning before Jansyn wakes up. I’m also going to do more exercises once Jansyn’s in bed at night. Yoga, random 90’s workout videos, whatever. My tummy’s flat, I just want to be more toned.
- As far as going out each day, we’re going to attempt hiking more. There’s a hiking trail right down from the house. Just don’t know how that will go over with Jance.
- More painting.
- less complaining.
- More meditating.
- Less aggravating stress.
- More positive.
- Less negative.
:) I just have to stay committed.
Anonymous asked: Post some pictures of your artwork, pleaseeeeeee? :[
HERE IS WHAT I HAVE ON MY PHONE. :)
- My precious little boy.
- The goodwill.
- The drive-in.
- Old books and the way they smell.
- Making someone smile.
- Old couples.
- Rainy, warm days.
- My mother.
“IRVINE - William Edward Wise, III, age 18, of Elm Street in Ravenna passed away Sat, June 26, 2010, at the University of Kentucky Medical Center as the result of an automobile accident. He was born June 7, 1992 in Lexington, KY and was the son of William Edward Wise, II and Dixie Estes Wise. He was a rising Senior at the Estill County High School, a soccer player and attended the River Drive Christian Church. He had lived in Estill County all of his life. He is survived by: His parents; Bill & Dixie Wise, 3 Sisters; Laura Beth Wise, Victoria Wise and Olivia Wise and his Grandfather: Dr. W.E. Wise and a host of uncles, aunts and cousins. He was preceded in death by his maternal grandparents; Bradley and Brucie Estes and his paternal grandmother, Gladys W. Wise. Funeral services will be conducted Wed, June 30, 1pm at the River Drive Christian Church by Bro. Paul Groves and Bro. Jim Bonny. Burial will be at the Turpin Cemetery. Friends may call between 6-9pm Tue at the Warren F. Toler Funeral Home. Pallbearers will be Chris Vaughn, Caleb Cole, Lloyd Macy, Matthew Bonny, Christian Bishop, Jordan McIntosh, Damir Siahkoohi, Ryan Sutter and Coach Tim Tipton. Published in Lexington Herald-Leader on June 28, 2010”
It’s been a while babe. I’m still missing you like never before, sweetboy. Especially tonight for some reason. I’ve been laying on the couch with my kitten, looking at your ‘In Memory’ facebook wall. Alex keeps asking me if I’m ok. I say yes. I’m so not ‘OK’ tonight. I wish I could talk to you right now. I just wish I understood everything, really. It still makes little since to me. I still haven’t made it out to your grave, it’s almost been two years and I still doubt I could handle that. I can hardly look at old pictures of you and I together. I love you so much and I wish I could just hug you right now. You’d make me feel better. I’m sorry if this letter sounds choppy. I’m not thinking in full sentences. We went to the park today and Jansyn played with a soccer ball in the fields! I couldn’t help but think of how you and I used to play in my front yard and how you’d always let me win and tell me how good I was You were so much better! Jansyn’s getting so big, Will! He’s so beautiful! You’d be sooo proud! I have the letter’s you had written to me placed in my journal. Sometimes I take them out and read them just to make the day a little better. Is it ok if I call you flatbread now? <3 I’m sure it is, Studmuffin. I’ve still to this very date, never told “Our big secret” & I bet you haven’t either. I thought that by now day’s would go easier and things wouldn’t be so hard. I was wrong. I think of you every single day that passes. You’re still my best friend, nobody can take that place. Remember when we used to just talk for hours about everything we were curious about? It’s bizarre to me that you know most of those answers now. So many flashback rush through my head when I think of you. There’s my favorite: Remember the time we had soccer practice together, like the boys and the girls? & When my practice was over you left with me and we went to The Twin and got milkshakes! <3 That was so precious! You had to run soooo much though! Silly boy! & The worst: The worst was definitely when Alex and I came home and Victoria ran across the street and just bluntly told me that you were dead. How on earth could she just tell me like that? I broke down and honestly thought it was just a cruel prank. “Why would she tease me like that?” I thought. I didn’t believe her. She was lying to me. & then at your funeral. You mother whispered to me “He really did love you.” HOW COULD SHE TELL ME THAT? I really did love you too. I really always will, William. I never really will ever understand any of this. Maybe it’s best I don’t. I’ll talk to you soon, boy. Forever in my heart.
You know, I honestly thought that I would miss those days. When Jansyn was so tiny and fragile. I mean how could I not, really? When they’re so very tiny and new and you can’t think of a thing in the world that could top that little baby boy. But I’ve been surprised to find that I don’t as much. As Jansyn gets older, he’s not just fun to take care of but legitimately fun to spend time with, as well. That might sound kind of strange, but to me it feels like there’s a difference. Like all of a sudden he’s old enough to be considered “company”. And pretty cool company at that! I may be running on less sleep with more to do now than I ever have before, but let me tell you. It’s all worth every minute.