I woke yesterday morning to the sound of my alarm and hesitated shutting it off. I hesitated for about a split second, OFF. Thankfully, I hit snooze even though I was aiming for Dismiss and it went off 5 minutes later. This time I remembered my intentions of hitting the gym . Remembering those intentions alone were not enough to get me out of bed, but remembering how it feels to think about those damn 40 minutes on the Elliptical all day did the trick. I was UP.
I ate a Chocolate Calcium chew on the way out the door. I deserved at least 5 for getting up but I refrained. When I got to the gym I hopped on the Elliptical for my 40 minutes and thanks to ONE commercial it was all worth it..
Now, what I’d like to know is what the person who created this shaking weight was thinking. I’d imagine the creator to be a nun or priest trying to get back into shape after living in a convent for all of her/his life. When I say “all of”, I mean since birth. This is the only logical explanation for not knowing what the shaker when in action resembles. It’s especially comical that this weight is geared towards women. I suppose men already work these “shaking” muscles on a day to day basis. Or so Cosmo tells me anyway.
Well men, buy your woman a shaker and kiss your hand ___’s goodbye. Just sayin.
After the gym I headed home and showered. Nothing like those days when not only have I already worked out but I'm CLEAN too when I sit down to THIS...
Almond Buttah was the star of the show in this one. And work tea in a recycled Bucks cup. Who says brand names don't matter? It's what's on the outside that counts.
Super Salad AGAIN
Why? Because it was PERFECT. Iceburg, Mahi Mahi Burger, Tomatoes and Cheesy Sauce. This hit the spot and then some.
When I was little I remember one of my friends telling me that when it