Or maybe that is not the right word, but a mix of happiness and excitment. From the moment i got up until now i have just felt happy, content with life. I also just felt happy when i was walking to my school, it wasnt this 'ugghhh can i go home' feeling which i've felt alot recently. Instead i was looking forward to seeing my friends, being in lessons and was happy for another day! It might have been the endorphin's, but ive felt energetic and happy!
We also had a lesson outside in the sun where we got ice creams and there was chocolate and small cakes to take from... it was a philosophy lesson so we do alot of just discussing, talking, debating etc so no notes had to be taken. Instead we could all just sit in a circle and give our opinions and thoughts on certain subjects! Then after lunch instead of sitting in the library working on school assignments my friends and I decided to go outside and enjoy the sun, none of us feeling motivated to do anymore work after this hectic week.
When i came home it felt awesome to know that it is the weekend!! And tomorrow i'm going to meet A again :) I havent seen him since last Sunday and then i wasnt the best company as i had such extreme cramps and felt very irritable, so i've promised to do some baking 1) because i want to and 2) because it's a nice thing to do and felt i sort of needed to apologize for my awful mood on Sunday (hahahah.... Hormones, tiredness and cramps. Doesnt make for the most fun person to be around!)
Tomorrow it is also time for a long distance run because next Saturday i am running my first half marathon race!!! I am sooooo excited. It will be fun and of course tiring, but mostly fun! My plan had been to run a half marathon in summer but then i thought why not do it now as it wasnt so expensive (the starting place) as well as it being a sort of 'reward' for all my hard work in school :) People think i am a little weird that my treat for hard work in school is to run a half marathon but that is what i enjoy! And its been a goal of mine for quite a long time but i havent been able to work up my stamina or endurance but now i feel strong and healthy enough for it as well as filled with enough energy and motivation which is the important thing! I have gotten a few questions about long distance running and how to work up to such long distances, so i might try write a post about that once i get a chance :) But i can say, when you enjoy running that makes a HUGE difference in how and why you run :)