First Hints of Spring

Yesterday was a glorious mid-60 degree day! Which is much-needed after the ice-glaze hell that was Monday morning.

I wound up not getting into work until about 10:45, because when Dad says to come in late, you know the roads are probably fairly shitastic. I mean, the man drove to work during the Snowpocalypse a couple of years ago after Mo-Dot had shut down all the highways. He was all, “There wasn’t any traffic, it was great!”.

I had a pretty good weigh in with the Fleet Feet Ton of Fun program on Friday and then had a delicious chicken burrito for dinner. OMG it was so good! I can’t wait to have it again. And that was pretty much it for our Valentine’s day. I got M a gift card to a shooting range and he got me a North Face jacket, a new phone case, and some new jeans. Then I had the whole weekend off and it was glorious! I got the fabric picked out for the baby quilt that I am attempting to get together for some friends, got a pedicure, and did some other shopping. Sunday I spent a good portion of the day working on cleaning up the house (per the usual). It never got as nice as it was supposed to get over the weekend, but that’s ok.

Monday night I had to work, and then Tuesday I got to take my new Garmin out for its first test run. I charged my old Garmin the other day and when I took it off the charger it totally spazzed out and the light did nothing but flicker for to days straight. I’m pretty convinced that it is on its last legs so I went ahead and got the new Garmin 220.

I did a 1.5 mile run, because that was all I really had time for since I was late getting out of work and was hitting up yogahour at 5:30. The Katy Trail portion in Frontier Park was sloppy as all get out. Once you got past the pavilion it wasn’t nearly as bad, but there were still some pretty soggy parts. Needless to say, my shoes were (and still are) a pretty muddy, gravelly mess.

After running, I hit up yogahour and felt pretty great through class. It’s been a while since I’ve done anything, obviously, and I was pleased with how well I managed to keep up in class. I was a little sadden when I figured out I’ve been doing yoga for going on three years now, and I am pretty much pathetic when it comes to most of the poses. Oh well, I can only do what I can do, right?

I’m pretty terrible at motivation, and will power. And keeping track of things and being organized. I always tell myself that I’m going to do better but then I never do. Do any of you have anything that works for you? I could really use any tips or tricks that can come my way!


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