What day is it?

One of the very few reasons I dislike days off work is that for the rest of the week following I have a hard time remember just what day it is! I should know today is Wednesday because I had a session with my PT last night (always Tuesday or Thursday) and Biggest Loser was on last night. I’ve had to look at the calendar every single time I’ve done something today because I cannot remember what day it is.

Last night was my last session with the PT for awhile. We sat down and discussed my carrying on but I’m going to wait awhile for 2 reasons: 1) I’m not prepared to put out that money right now, and 2) I’m starting to feel burned out. I talked to Kahuna last night and we’re going to try swimming in the evenings after supper. I feel too harried to get to the gym for a PT session or to swim before everyone else, or aqua classes. It’s taking the enjoyment away from me and right now I need all the “gym” enjoyment I can get since I’m having major foot pain. Swimming is my joy. Cycling on the other hand…well, I have just got to suck it up, Buttercup, and get my fat ass on that hard bike seat. So. Starting tomorrow, since I no longer have PT sessions, I’m going to be coming home, putting on my sexy, very thickly padded, but obviously not padded enough right now, bike shorts and getting on the drainer trainer. I’m going to take a timer with me and set it and each time I get on it, set for a longer time. I’m going to put that timer across the room where I cannot see it and watch the TV while I toughen up my posterior.  Someone please hold me accountable to this!
In the stitching world, thank you for the comments on my pillow cover. I’ll decide this weekend what to do about the pillow that goes with it. I’m enjoying my current project and as usual am trying to remember why it’s taken me so long to get to it. It’s a fairly quick stitch, and it’s cute. I’ll try to post a progress picture tomorrow.

I have a dr. appt. this afternoon. Originally scheduled for my foot, I’m going to be talking to her about a couple of other issues, like my blood pressure meds. I’m looking forward to the check-in portion where they weigh you and take your vitals. I know there is going to be an improvement and I want to be sure to point that out to her.

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