Such good intentions

Monday, August 20, 2012

I started my first day back at school good. Woke up early to do 10mins of cardio. Got to school on time, enjoyed the morning lessons. Noticed that I had clenched my teeth so much over the night that I caused two ulcers on either side of my mouth and one on the side of my tongue...
Then, my knee decides to have a sharp stabbing pain under my knee cap when I try to walk up or down stairs. By the end of the day it magically disappears, great!

So, we walk the 1-2miles to the rec center to go swim laps for a bit, since school isn't too bad yet. This is nice except I was really stupid and wore my swim/locker room flip flops on the walk and totally destroyed my feet, owie!

We walk back, luckily in a borrowed pair of shoes from my friend, but by then the damage has been done and my feet are just super sore.

We get back home and I don't feel like making food and say how about just going and getting sushi and the super market. Somehow in the 15mins we are walking around the shopping center I lose my car keys!

So we walk the 3 miles in the dark, without sidewalks, up and down hills (live in the mountains) back to my friend's apt. to get the spare keys.

By now, my pain disorder and the long day, are pretty much calling foul. I don't know how sore I'm going to be tomorrow, but I feel pretty crappy right now. My back, hips, knees and tongue (I know weird but ulcers hurt damnit!) are killing me. :(

At least I ended the day with only like 1300 calories (although I had to guess how much my left over thai coconut curry was, but I think I high balled it) and burned a crap load.

Now I just want bed (after getting to complain about my good, but crappy day)

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