So funny story…
Today my co-worker, Jackie, mentioned that she’s now connected on Linked In to an old customer. It actually reminded me that I haven’t checked Linked In in a while, so I decided to log in. Next thing I know I clicked on some screen and sent 46 invites to people who are connected to my gmail account.
Seriously, I’m an idiot. While some of these are people I’d want to be connected to anyways – some are people I’ve never met or parents of B’s classmates. Some of people I’ve emailed for other reasons – like creating birthday favors (i.e. Etsy).
So far only the people I would have sent an invite to have accepted (I’m up to about 12 people). But really, how embarrassing!
In other, somewhat idiotic news, I went running last night after eating dinner. The run wasn’t bad and the weather was gorgeous. It was nice and leisurely. However, around mile 3 I thought I was going to puke up my dinner and I also noticed that my middle toe was hurting – in a weird way. I pushed through and ended up running a respectable 5 miles in 47 minutes (and no puking ensued!). I wasn’t until after I got home, checked my email, and updated my Daily Mile status that I noticed this.
Gross. Yes, that is a bloody shoe. (PS -hope you weren’t eating while you were reading this) And my entire foot was bloody as well.
Apparently, I bled buckets while running because my toenail, which grew at an awkward pointy angle, was digging in my 2nd toe. It hurt – but it probably should have hurt more. And it’s totally fine today. Oddly, I’m more annoyed that I have blood on my NEW shoe. Running is a strange and wonderful thing.
Speaking of strange and wonderful…this guy is adorable (I’m biased).
He’s going to the dentist tomorrow and told us (more than once, I might add) that, “If he doesn’t have any cavities again he’s going to get a gold tooth.” Who has this boy been talking to? Lil’ Wayne?
Any confessions you want to make?? Ever sent an embarrassing email? An old co-worker (and my project manager at the time) once sent an email addressed to “Booby” instead of “Bobby.” Still makes me laugh.