Sunday, February 8, 2009

Packin' the heat

The last two days have been close to blissful. I've taken a break and lived like the average working person, taking the weekend off. It's been a weekend of both resting and repairing on all levels, and it's been really nice.

Last night I got more than eight hours of sleep, and it was almost life changing. I don't even know the last time I slept that well. I think my body just needed the rest more than I thought, so it really crashed hard. I daresay, I was annoyingly cheerful today. My friends are always telling me to sleep more and I might take them up on it more now...


Yoga was amazing this weekend. I'm practically antsy by the time Friday rolls around because there are two days a week when I don't have class. Today's class was the warmest yet (about 90, I think) and I honestly don't think I've sweat that much in my life. It was disgusting and great at the same time. I came home and drank three huge glasses of water right away, enjoyed a dinner with chicken and lots of greens, and then savored a warm shower. I am learning that there is an art to taking the routine things of life and really making them amazing. Everyone should learn this at some point.


The week ahead is busy. Lots of work to do, an interview, starting my yoga certification, doing my taxes, and three more visits for my shoulder. Oh, and Valentine's Day. Last year a group of us single girls went to dinner and then went to see Vampire Weekend. The defining moment of the concert was when the guy in front of us leaned over to his friend and said, "Dude, like this totally makes me want to go back and
watch High School Musical 2 again!" Let's just hope that this year is better. On my calendar, the day currently looks like this:



Have a great start to the week and enjoy the amazing, beautiful, warm weather!


1 comment:

Dan S. said...

well can you blame him? i mean the variety of vampire weekend is going to remind someone of HSM2 and their great variety. i completely understand that.

 
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