You know what is not fun? Company picnics in 98 degree weather. This was not "feels like 98" this was actually 98 in a humid/always feels hotter than that area. It was like torture.
Due to the beauty of volunteer roaming photographers we can now remember this wonderful time through 4 super flattering pictures.
Hi there, back of Kim. How is it possible that I never think I look this fat, ever? Also, when I asked Bill before we left "does this outfit look okay" I clearly should not have listened to his yes. Last, when will I remember that when wearing racerback shirts one must wear a racerback bra or your bra strap will constantly show which is incredibly classy.
Most of the time I don't really think of Bill as a big guy... then I see pictures like this. You can see me on the right corner to do a comparison. Keep in mind that I am not a particularly short/small girl. Notice the VT hat on a guy from Georgia. The brainwashing is complete! *evil laugh*
This pic isn't so bad I guess other than the fact that I look hot, my shirts are constantly slightly off center and oh yeah, the omni present bra strap.
Bill's thinking "dude I'm too hot for this sh*t", I'm just thankful that this isn't the worst picture ever taken of the two of us. Soon after this picture was taken he changed into the blue shirt he's wearing in the above picture. If that doesn't illustrate how hot it was- requiring two separate shirts to make it through 3 hours of picnic time, nothing will.
Oh except maybe this.... we left 20 minutes before the free BBQ dinner because we couldn't take it anymore. Plus we were so hot we had zero desire to eat. BBQ. Free. Ribs and Chicken. *SIGH*
We have one more company picnic to get through this summer, here's hoping it's not quite so hot!
1) Organize our office and basement
2) Go to bed earlier/get up for work on time
3) Create and follow a regular cleaning schedule
4) Sew one item of clothing from scratch
5) Settle into a workout schedule where I work out consistantly (at least) three days a week
6) Run two one 10Ks
7) Purge and create a workable wardrobe 8) Make the kitchen window curtains
9) Stop drinking soda
10) Finish the quilt I've been working on for years
11) Start a monthly dinner potluck club with the girls 12) Get my clothes altered so they fit correctly 13) Find a job in a smaller city
14) Take more photos
15) Eradicate 25% of my debt this year (including student loans)
16) Build up a savings account
17) To keep up with my email inbox so I don't blink and end up with 900 plus email messages 18) To concentrate on work at work, concentrate on home at home
19) Eat better portion sizes, better balanced meals
20) Start eating breakfast
21) Be better organized and on top of things at work
22) Take the time to read a book a month