1. The Washer & Dryer Fiasco
Buying a washer & dryer is one of the most stressful things I’ve ever done. Sean and I spent a solid 4 hours running from place to place, comparing prices and models, before finally ending back at Lowe’s (one of the first places we stopped) where we made one of the biggest purchases we’ve made since we’ve gotten married [we bought our house before we got married]. Holy cow I don’t want to do that again anytime soon. I went in with this really strong resolve that I wanted the silver front loading washer & dryer and Sean went in with a very set price in his head. Somehow we did neither of those things. However in a few days these babies will be delivered to our house and I will be one very happy person:
Compromise is the key to marriage, right?
2. Jamie Eason Live Fit
I am extremely excited and extremely nervous about starting the Jamie Eason Live Fit 12 week training program, but I think it’s going to be good for me. Luckily I’m not going at it on my own and Heidi is joining me I’m not entirely sure I’m going to follow a program to the letter though, I think I do pretty clean eating right now so while I am going to clean up my diet I’m not going to obsess over it and I still plan on going to yoga once a week and doing some light exercises on my “rest” days. For all the planning that I do, I’m not always the best at following them.
This is taking me completely outside my comfort zone. That’s probably a good thing. Also, there’s no cardio in the first 4 weeks which means no running. That’s probably a good thing too.
3. The Knee
Tomorrow I’m meeting with one of the Rice University trainers about my knee and I’m a little nervous. I’m going to be devastated if something is seriously wrong. Sigh. Oh knee, you vex me.
Since I imagine you’re sick of seeing the same picture of my stupid knee I figured I’d include this nice portrait of Leo instead. He is quite cute!
When’s the last time you did something completely out of your comfort zone??
Please send me good vibes for tomorrow!