Quiche and Crop Tops
Wahh. I see the majority of you like two short workouts! Twinnies!
Yesterday was just a really odd day for me. I had to drive the brother three hours south to the train station and ended up eating breakfast at like 10. I didn’t eat for four hours after I woke up, and if you know me I normally had to eat immediately when I wake up. I was about to eat my car. Yum yum metal in my tum tum.
I wasn’t hungry again until 3 when I ate lunch and then for dinner I just had ice cream. At 9pm last night I was craving a late night snack of brussel sprouts. If I understood my eating habits…I would let you know.
My blog posts have been sporadic since school because my mind has been just the same. Let’s see here. I’m starting the semester on a completely different major. I have kind of gone from proofs and theoretical math to nutrition and health. All boys to all girls. Socially awkward to sorority sisters. Eh-you get the point. I mean I’ll still mix worlds a little bit (since I switched my minor and major) but 5 classes of 1 thing. Good heavens.
I’m completely overwealmed-so I need to take these days nice and slow. Plus, I’m finally starting to get into this whole college jive thing. I can be the first to admit, that I have never really been a typical college student but I’m meeting a lot of new people in my classes which is lovely.
Along with being busy, I have just lacked the motivation for blogging. Kelly Rowland, you are not my motivation and it’s clearly not working. I think that is who sings that hit song anyways. In fact, this post was started a few days ago, but it has taken me now to actually finish it.
Since we spoke last, I have done many great things.
I have rocked crop tops.
Eaten quiches like it’s my job.
And did 1 long run in which I felt decent. I was told to run about 40 minutes very slowly and see where it took me. I ran around town then construction was blocking my quick way home and had to extend that to 50 minutes. I wasn’t wanting to be an overachiever by any means but I didn’t have any sort of other route home rather than the way I came. Who knew my town could be so big.
Between you and me blogging besties, I feel completely out of shape and that all my cross training was for nothing during my injury. I guess I know that isn’t true and I would just be in a worse state, but I’m pretty down in the dumps about it anyways. I also know that I have had a rather intense workout week with cross training and my legs are somewhat dead as well. I’m about to go into cardiac arrest running paces that were so easy a few months ago. But what can you do, I want to baby my injury as much as possible because I do want to run the rest of my life.
Welp. I’m off to the first swim team meeting of the season. Open swim starts next week again so it will give my joints a nice break I suppose.
Question for you:
Cross training. Let me hear your thoughts about it. I have a big old blog I’m working on dealing with that topic.