Yesterday was a LONG day...I guess that's why I'm so dragging today.
After work, we had an appointment set to meet a Dyslexia Specialist for our daughter. And all I can say is OMG! the specialist was so awesome and spent so much time explaining everything to us. You can definitely feel her devotion and commitment to helping kids with dyslexia. There is no doubt that I want this lady to work with my daughter to make her the best she can be in her life. If your child or someone you know has been diagnosed with dyslexia, please contact Regina Staffa at Academic Therapy Center. Her office is located in south Austin. And I can tell you from experience that most of the centers/therapists that help with dyslexia are mostly located in north Austin. I'm so glad that a coach on Kaycie's softball team referred her to us.
After meeting for nearly two hours with Mrs. Staffa, we were starving - haha! We made our first ever trip to The Green Mesquite in Southpark Meadows. I don't think I could say it any better, but my hubby said "Well, I guess we can 'X' this place off the list!" - haha! Seriously people, it was not worth the $$$. We could have gone to Bill Miller's BBQ across the street for the same quality of food. I don't suggest you going to this place IF you like your brisket to be nice and juicy...
Dinner is now over and we make our way back home...so its about 8:30pm and I still have a lot to do. I get home about 9ish to check Kaycie's bag for our trip this weekend, I pack my bag and then decide to do my Insanity: The Asylum workout of the day...RELIEF! It felt good too. Once that was done I started getting some foods and drink ready for the cooler to take with us.
I honestly can not tell you what time I went to bed last night, only to wake up at 5am and get my a$$ handed to me by Shaun T for my workout of the day...GAME DAY! Some times I wonder how sick I must be to wake up so early to get my heartrate up before work. BUT it pays off in the end...I feel so much better about doing it in the end.
REMEMEBER THIS: YOU'LL NEVER REGRET A WORKOUT!