well I was up and about for a little bit.
I managed to shower, make our bed, vacuum up our room and start a load of laundry.
I am contemplating leaving the house at least for a little bit, but the cramps are in my back and they just come in waves. ugh. just UGH. being a girl sucks on days like today.
On a funnier note, MIL said she talked to The mister about when we move and how we should no longer let the dogs sleep with us. That it would be “better” somehow if they weren’t in bed with us.
First: We didn’t ask your opinion on the matter.
Second: You may not agree or even like that we sleep with our dogs, but again. We are not asking that you sleep with them.
Third: WE. DIDN’T ASK YOU!
always the unsolicited advice is the most annoying.
Either way FIVE Days!
XO ~ b
When you try to pick up a conversation with someone you haven’t talked to in a while and used to be close to, but you notice that they don’t make any effort to talk to you and just push you further away to the point where you realize that things have changed and it’d be probably better to let go. People come and go, sadly. Even the ones you thought you’d never lose.
words of wisdom
I need to pack some boxes
Do some laundry
Clean my room
What will happen instead:
Cuddle with my heating pad
Take Motrin and Naproxin to keep the cramps a bay
Snuggle with my boys
Hopefully in a bit (maybe not) I can manage a shower and some chores.
I hate feeling crappy. At least it’s this weekend and not moving day.
Xo - b
Julian Goater, The Art of Running Faster (via runchick)
I wish I’d approached my training like this last cycle — yes, you want the structure of a program, but you should never feel like you’re stifled by what a sheet of paper or a book says. Don’t be afraid to swap days or take a workout down a notch if that’s what you need to stay relaxed and motivated.
Repeat after me: a slower, shorter workout is better than no workout at all.(via runslikeapenguin)
Run Anywhere just run (:
Accurate gif is accurate.