A few of the things going on around the Bullock household:
-Mike continues to be busy, busy, busy with his new job. He just got asked to give a big presentation at his board meeting on Thursday, which he'll nail. He is also going to San Antonio in February for a huge trade show, where, fingers crossed, he can sign a few investors!
-Skiing. Lots and lots and LOTS of skiing. All the snow we've gotten this week = guarantee we will be on the slopes again this weekend. And my mom is coming down, so it's going to be a blast.
-I started a new workout regimen. It's pretty, ok really intense, but I love it. It's the first workout regimen that consistently pushes me to my limit and beyond. Every other one I've done in the past doesn't really pose a challenge beyond the first ten days. Running six miles in under an hour? That seems easy compared to the training I'm doing now!
-We got into a fertility specialist. It's bittersweet, as we were hoping the things we have been doing the last year in relation to our fertility would work, and they did insofar as actually getting pregnant, but now we've got to figure out why exactly we keep having problems staying pregnant. We hope we get things figured out quickly. We've been waiting for four years come February to have a baby, and can't wait for the time we can move on to a new chapter in our family's life.
-We just hit our four year anniversary this month. It's hard to believe we've already been married that long! I honestly could not ask for a better, more kind and loving husband. Gosh I love that man! I could go on and on as to why I love him so much, but for the sake of everyone's sanity, I will just say he never ceases to amaze me. The roadblocks he has faced throughout his life that he was told he would never be able to overcome, work around, etc., he has. With flying colors nonetheless. He takes those roadblocks that would stop people dead in their tracks, and turns them around until they become a strength. Sure he still has his limitations, the least of which has been and will always been his health, but the things he has been able to accomplish even with those limitations, is nothing short of astounding. I couldn't be more proud of him and what he's accomplished the last few years.
More things are coming up, so we will definitely keep everyone updated. We are loving life right now!