Man! Life is going by so quickly, I can't see well. Things are a bit blurry and indistinct. People say "remember you said______" and my response is "uhhh" My brain has shut down. I saw a client yesterday who swears it's been a year since I've seen her and I feel it's been maybe 3 months. Life's too fast. I have no concept of time anymore! I'll probably crash and burn this wknd. I've been at work 1 1/2 to 2 hours early 2 out of 3 days and must be there early again today. After today...weekend!
I was very proud of me today. The alarm went off at 5 and I lay there for about 4 minutes arguing with myself about going to Body Pump. I'm really glad I went. There is one segment we do for chest or shoulders (can't remember which) called "Crack It". That's the song that plays during the routine. I hate "Crack It". We do these side to side push ups that kill me, combined with using the bar. Well, today, I cracked it good!! I stayed strong to the very end and the routine wasn't as hard for me as it has been! YEA! My favorite song in the whole workout is the cool down which is "Cruisin'" with Huey Lewis and Gwyneth Paltrow. It's such a happy, beachy, summery song. Why does it surprise me that she can sing? I find her voice so smooth and pleasant. She should do something more with that, I think. Yo, Gweneth!
Well, by now, you should see a pattern here to my life. I work and go to Body Pump. That's about it. Little moments of coffee drinking bliss and occasionally reading a book (which I haven't done recently) keep me out of the crazy house. While I whine about the insignificance of my life, I have to stop and realize--each seemingly insignificant moment is part of a rich tapestry of my life. The work that drives me crazy sometimes, the friends that have to make appointments for haircuts to get any time with me, the husband that I alternately love and hate (well, strongly dislike, anyway.) at any given moment, the little girl...oh, the little girl that makes my heart sing--- Yep, Life's worth the living. I'm so grateful. It's a good life. A good life indeed. Thank you God.