Tuesday, May 10, 2011
I am definitely blessed with a coworker that understands how my brain works. Yesterday he gave me a busy work task that requires all of my attention to get done. This task does not allow me to notice that the day has gone by and I have not even had a craving to smoke by the time I head out the door for home.
At home I check my e-mails and look for notice, of the blogs I have started subscriptions to, for new entries. I then jump in to work out clothes and start pushing my cardio work out a little and the do the upper body. Figuring out to actually use my adjustable bench to it's fullest finally, instead of potentially hurting my self with bad unsupported form.
Finish the evening work out and change in to regular shorts. Sit and meditate for as close to 20 minutes as I can, immediately after my work out. The while still in the blissful state of my meditation, I do a little recovery work or reading. Followed by a new adventurous dinner recipe.
I need to work on the seasoning for this, It was just a little bland on the Creamed Asparagus Toast, although adding minced fresh ginger to the Vegetable Fried Rice made it scrumptious. (Both of these recipes can be found in the Spark Recipes and the flavor issues I mention are solely my own tastes not to be confused with the actual recipes)
Finally I spent some time finishing a book that I have been reading for my 3rd Saturday Book club, finished it and felt sad and satisfied at the same time. It was an interesting book with a lot of back ground on the original back to the land organic farming, back in the early 70's. And now I'm getting some blog time in before I crash and start the very similar day off tomorrow.
Sorry all just a hanging in there kind of Blog today. In the future we will all see what kind of bazaar my mind can come up with once it is not so consumed with cessation worries.