Monday, March 11, 2013
Aw man, I hate being sick. It super sucks, to put it mildly. Friday was the best day of sick though. Friday I didn't feel sick, I just was sick. (I know you're totally confused right now and that's all right.) You know how your whole body kind of aches or your head doesn't feel right on top of the stuffy nose, coughing and all that comes with being sick? Well, Friday I only had a stuffy nose. And this intense desire to sleep. If it weren't for the fact that my whole entire sinus cavity was congested (OK, maybe exaggerating just a little bit) I would have felt fantastic. But I couldn't shrug off the sleepiness so I left work early, went home and crashed. It. Was. Awesome!
Sleep is one of my most favorite things to do. I love sleeping and don't understand people who have no need for it. Like my husband. If he didn't have to sleep (you know for health or sanity) he says he wouldn't. That confuses me. Sleeping is the best part of the night. Snuggling under the blanket, getting all cozy in my bed. That last big breath before really relaxing and closing my eyes. Wondering what I'm going to dream about. Yeah, I have a thing for sleep. Sadly, I don't get enough of it.
Except this past weekend. I got a full 3 days of sleep. I mean, I got to sleep 3 consecutive days in a row, not that I slept for 72 hours. I like sleep but not THAT much. haha
Well, even though I'm still a little sick I'm super happy because I'm starting Les Mills Pump (again). BIG YAY!! I know I already talked about it but I'm so happy I 'm doing a happy dance (in my chair.) While I'm singing what I'm typing. It's not a very good song. But it's a happy one.
All right, to focus (because the ADD has kicked in) I am getting back to the good eating habits that I was already working on last week and now the journaling. Then I just need to keep it up through the weekend and I will be virtually unstoppable, until the next time I get sick or I have a bad day, get lazy, complacent, etc.
WHOA! Where did the bad attitude come from? Stop it now, there's no stopping, no quitting, no FAILING. Only persevering, pushing, learning. Ain't no mountain high enough, ain't no valley low enough, ain't no river wide enough--that's right. I went there again. I'm into the classics right now (you can debate amongst yourselves whether or not Michael Bolton is a classic.)