Well here I am, back from another busy day. It’s 22:44h and I’m ready to get my pjs on and call it a day. I had a long productive day at work, and attended a bereavement workshop, and then it was time for the drive home. This time of year there’s traffic everywhere and never ending construction on every major road it seems. The worst part is that they do it every year, they patch up a spot and then the next year another spot or the same spot. I don’t know much about road or construction, but I’ve often wondered who does quality control on these repairs. Again I know nothing about construction and this could very well be how it is, but it could also be that sometimes they are just poorly done and that’s why they keep needing patch after patch.
Still, I feel as if escaping traffic isn’t really possible at rush hour, so I’ve decided to invest in Siriusxm radio. Some people think it is a waste of money, but I like the idea of driving without having to hear all the news breaks about all the bad things that keep happening. At least for that 30-45min I can just be free with my thoughts and tunes. Well as free as one can be when driving since there are so many reckless drivers out there. I see mini vans zoom past me with their baby on board signs going 70km on a 50 road. It’s just crazy, do speed limits mean nothing to people? Or people who honk when you are waiting to turn at an intersection and can’t yet do so ssafely but they are almost kissing your bumper in the intersection, when, if I remember correctly there can only be one car out there to begin with, right?
It’s all these little things that make me consider taking the bus again and letting someone else worry about these drivers. If only they knew that honking won’t make me turn unless I’m ready and feel it’s safe. Someone should tell them that honking is to warn of danger, not a magic sound that makes others go faster.
But aside from all the crazies, I got to celebrate my friend’s Pokemon themed birthday. The lady at the party story asked me if the balloon bouquet I was picking up was for a child or an adult, and I told her that I believed the word she was looking for was “man-child”:) Since I had a round at the golf range after, I did something I have never done before. I said no to ice cream cake. I still can’t believe it! But being lactose intolerant means there are somethings you shouldn’t have before going out.
Then I hit the range with two equally newb-ish friends so it was a safe judgement free area where everyone laughed at themselves and with each other. Golf balls flew in all directions, but I am glad to report that everyone left injury free. Then off course someone suggested frozen yogurt on the way home and how could I say no. So after my vanilla almond milk frozen yogurt with some added deliciousness, I’m back here ready to call it a day.
Was this morning easier, no, it was not. Will I keep trying, yes absolutely. Why? Maybe because I’m deranged or maybe because I need to see this through.
Today’s micro workout:
- 12 push-ups
- 12 sit-ups
- 12 stationary lunges
- 12 squats
- 12 Spiderman crawls
- 10 minute walk in the park post frozen yogurt
Well that’s it for this Cookiefiend. Good night world, I’ll see you on day 5. Officially signing off at 23h14.