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Forgotten Heart Rate Monitor, Fast Cars, exposed secret exercising

Wednesday, January 16, 2013

The above title pretty much sums up a long post on random topics. To start off, I had a Tuesday night workout consisting of a 2 hour skate practice. I do not have my calories burned because I left my heart rate monitor in my car which is currently being worked on. I can't tell you how naked I felt without it. Putting that aside, I'm going to estimate my calories at about 625-700.

Speaking of my car being worked on..my oh so nice boyfriend and his step dad have been working on my car and so I've gotten to borrow my boyfriends car. Not being able to drive over 35 mph and then stepping into my boyfriends V8 Impala...it sounds like a recipe for disaster, but I'm loving it!

On a different note, I attempted to exercise at the house today instead of my usually office spot. I would have gone to the office, but we had a leak and I didn't know if repair people would be there. I only gotten tabatas in at the house before I woke someone up. But I guess it's better than nothing. If my boyfriend doesn't need his car this evening, I plan on going to zumba.

I felt like there was more I was going to write, but quite frankly I'm tired. Skate practice was from 9pm-11pm and then I couldn't sleep cause my adrenaline was still up from practice plus the coffee couldn't have helped!

Oh yeah...one more thing! So my boss finally gave me some job leads for my new location. He told me I would succeed where ever I went and that I am a really hard worker. He even said he wish he had two of me at the office. I guess he was just acting weird about me leaving because he didn't want me to!
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  • v RAINBOWCHOC
    Glad your boss came clean!
    1315 days ago
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