Well, that wasn't the house. But we have some more to go look at this weekend. It seems I am now an expert on Dallas real estate.

We have our second run tomorrow for Team in Training. I am enjoying being a mentor. It is nice to not have to be worried about fundraising. Although I do plan to fundraise again next season which will be in the fall. I met my whole team of mentees and got to run with some new people last week. Then we cooked breakfast for everyone. This Saturday after the run we are having our Honored Heros breakfast. Survivors and individuals still battling blood related cancers are our Honored Heros. We get to meet them this week and hear some of their stories. I missed the breakfast last season for work so I am glad to get to go this time.

Other than that just still working. We are about to get really busy at work so that is about all I will be doing soon.

5 comments:

Curious Old Grandparent said...

House hunting can be either great fun, or not, depending on whether you see anything you want to consider as a home or not! Good luck with continued looking. Meanwhile, I sort of like the place where you are staying nowo! Love ua

Zachary said...

Well, I can't say that I enjoy running or house hunting, but I do like pena colladas and gettin' caught in the rain! Ok, nevermind, I'll be praying that y'all will find the right house.

Mr. & Mrs. Dishmon said...

sucks about the house....ya'll will find a better one....the perfect one that you are ment to be in! Good luck with the hunt. Maybe when I move back...if I move back I can run....I don't think they know what running marathons is in Connecticut!

BrendaW said...

I can't imagine going for a run right now or looking for a house at this point. But, I do hope that both go well for you. Congrats on being a auntie again soon too.

CrazyUncle said...

Mentees? Do each of them have 10 mentos? Is the singular of mentees manatees? And do they come with amenities? I can't think of any more, but I've got to run anyway. Well, not really run like you and your mentees. Good luck with your upcoming workload.