Thursday, May 29, 2008
Ahhh..... The joy of trying to juggle work, being a mom and life in general. On the way home from work, I began to think about how much I don't want to go to the gym because I am so tired. Then I had the mental image of the beached whale and then I went to the gym. Oh the grueling and not so forgiving eliptical machine. Whoever invented that machine was probably a mideveil torture chamber inventor. However, I did complete the task of 30 minutes of torture while listening to energetic MP3 music-you know the kind only you can appreciate-and watching some dance show on TV. I think that watching those people motivated me to be one of those people.
On a different note, I have decided to try out for the KC Chiefs cheerleading squad. I think its about time they have a "real" person to cheer on the home team. When I discussed this with some of my co-workers, they just started to laugh. Come on, I can do a cartwheel and I can do dance moves. Well I guess I can add that to a goal that I want to achieve. So if you are ever watching a football game and you see a not-so typical cheerleader for the KC Chiefs that is probably me representing the "real" girl.
So my husband wanted to know what I was writing, so he read it and laughed. Don't get me wrong it was a good laugh, and he asked if this is what everyone writes. I guess it all depends on what you are feeling at the moment. I could bore everyone telling about how I was able to stop a man from bleeding out of his graph site, or how that for our 4th anniversary, I got my husband and myself tickets to the Police concert, and yes Sting is still as hot as ever. But all in all it's everyone elses day and lets think outside the box. Why not talk about how much you weigh to a bunch of strangers and vent about the day and days to come.
On a brighter note. The days of thinking about beached whales and torture chamber exercise equipment has made a difference, I am now 145lbs and can cross my legs-somewhat. So that is the way my day has been going.
I will complete my coffee and play with the greatest gift I have ever received.
Until next time PEACE!