My day was fantastic. Last night I was feeling good post-spin, no leg soreness, fatigue or pain in the proverbial arse. Unfortunately, I woke up to the post-spin pain in the butt. It wasn’t nearly as uncomfortable as I expected, but nonetheless it was omnipresent. Fortunately, my legs still feel pretty good.
Ordinarily on Thursdays, I run 2.5-3 miles before yoga. However, my left leg is still bothering me. Consequently, on the advice of my massage therapist and prudence, I skipped the run. Admittedly, if my massage therapist hadn’t suggested I see my doctor about the leg and skip the run, I probably would have been running tonight.
Thankfully, aerial yoga doesn’t put much stress on my leg. One of my favorite things about yoga is that I can see my progress from week to week. Each week, I’m gaining both flexibility and strength. It’s absolutely rewarding to see and feel the progress as the weeks go by. I totally love it!
Now I’m back home all comfy and cozy on the couch with an ice pack on my leg binge watching The Office. This show, much like music in other people’s home, is the sound track to our lives. We’ve recently transitioned from Family Guy to the Office in anticipation of the Family Guy leaving Netflix in Mid-January. P.S. Netflix, we’re not happy about this!
Goalielocks finally got his new pads, but is still begging for a dubia roach colony. Talk abut things I don’t want in my house and roaches will be at the top of the list. Nonetheless Goalielocks in persistent request to buy a roach farm. Now that he’s financially responsible for the lizards’ food, he’s pricing out the cheapest options. Meanwhile, he doesn’t understand why neither mom nor dad want a roach colony in the house. Undoubtedly, Goalielocks’ would give Gerry Durrell a run for his money when it comes to collecting animals.
I’m off to ice my leg again and cuddle with my Mayor. Tonight’s song performed by The Cranberries is “Zombie.”