Life Lately 10.25.16

Hey there, friends! I hope Tuesday is treating you well so far. I'm stopping by today to give you a peak into what life has looked like lately around here. It's involved a lot of these two...

munch-bed
lola-sleeping

Can you tell them apart? Munchkin is in the top picture and Lola is in the bottom picture. It's been a lot the past few months with both of these gals. Munch is 13 years old so she's well into her senior years. She has trouble getting around and also is on some medications for her partially collapsed trachea so she's a bit of handful getting in and outside, but we love her. I mean, who wouldn't? Look at that face :) 

If you've been reading for awhile, you know that Lola was diagnosed with diabetes late in the summer. So, the past few months of trying to get her diabetes under control has been quite the ride. BUT as of her last glucose curve she's considered a controlled diabetic! Woohoo! We're now really putting serious thought into getting her cataract surgery to get her vision back towards the end of November. She's a happy little dog now, but she's only ten and the thought of her being blind for three or four more years doesn't seem too great to us. I'll keep you guys posted!

Over this past weekend, my good friend Taylor was home with her new puppy named Kona. I met up with her on Saturday night for some good old girl talk, puppy time, wine, and pizza. Pretty great Saturday night, right? I mean...puppies and pizza. Our good friend Lisa also was able to stop by for a bit, so it was really nice to get to see two of my good friends! Here's a picture of little Kona. She's such a well-behaved puppy and so darn cute!

kona

I can't get over her eyes!

jdrf-walk

On Sunday, my mom and I headed to the JDRF walk to support Marco. I had Marco write a guest post probably about a month ago on his journey with his Type 1 Diabetes diagnosis. If you were able to donate, I really, really appreciate it! The walk had a great turnout and a lot of money was raised that will go towards research for Type 1 Diabetes.

Other than that, I've been working on some potential job opportunities, researching some wedding-related stuff for my sister, and trying to stay on track with workout routine. Anyone else have trouble sticking to their workout routine when the seasons change? It's the worst! I'm on my second round of Kayla Itsines' BBG workout, which you can read about hereI've been trying to sneak in some exercise with these tips too.

Alright, friends! I'm signing off of here before I lose the motivation to go do my workout for today :P 

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