2019-05-08

#fail

It took me a week, but I finally managed to not meet my daily goal for exercising. Not bad. I’m okay with missing one day because Tuesday German classes always make finding time during the day difficult.

Oddly, my legs this morning are tired. Perhaps I ran in my sleep?

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8 Responses to 2019-05-08

  1. Steve says:

    #success! You managed to stick to the plan for 6 days. Your glass is more full then empty.

    I managed a ride on the CX bike. I think I will have to stick to the roads, as the gravel is just so sharp and at any kind of “speed”, I know a flat is just a stones throw away! (I crack myself up).

    Pics from ATOC arrived. Unsatisfying. Oh well.

    -FP

  2. Barb says:

    We got the BIG section of lower countertop out of the kitchen & down to the shed last night – Thank God TJ lives across the street and isn’t acting old yet – it wasn’t super heavy, but heavy enough, there was no way I could have done it alone with Allan.

    Went to get $2 tacos & $2 tallboy PBRs at WR Social House on the Marietta Square after all that fun. They changed the PBRs to Narragansett beer. Never heard of it – it was fine – especially for $2. Label says its from Rochester, NY, and been around since 1890. Do you have that on your untapped app?

    We have a beautiful big pile of mulch in the front yard – I think we will wait a few days to tackle that.
    Tonight – we need to Cut the grass…….. its getting long.

    • Me? No, but my friend Shelby does. The bar Lloyd’s, where I went with Glory Mole and Slim Prickens after one of the Moonlite hashes I laid, sells it, but I chose to drink a non-lager. I’m not a fan of most lagers.

  3. Steve says:

    I’ve heard of Narragansett, but never had it.

    I saw the pic of that big cabinet. How did you take it to the shop? Load it in the truck and drive it around, I hope. I’d hate to try and take that down the stairs.

  4. Barb says:

    Nope – muscled it out the kitchen door & across the deck then down the deck steps. Allan took the heavier end, and TJ & I were towards the other end – and Mary just tried to get in the way (aka help). We took a couple rest stops. It wasn’t super heavy, it was just heavy enough & long & awkward.

  5. Barb says:

    people are on my nerves today. It is amazing how no one can actually think anymore.

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