Yesterday was a BUSY day for this gal! Did you miss me?
Quick Catch Up:
After work, I headed to the gym for some cardio. I ended up doing an old favorite: 45 minute treadmill walk, followed by 10 mins on the elliptical. I’ve been doing the elliptical for so long because of my foot, that I kind of forgot what a great workout power walking is. WOW! I loved every minute of it. AND, on top of that, I was able to do complete almost a 1/4 mile running with little discomfort. Looks like we’re getting there, slowly but surely!
After the gym, I had to go and get my car fixed. The muffler was basically about to fall off ( ) and that would not have been good.
After getting the ‘ol car spruced up, I headed over to The Fresh Market to pick up some more coffee since we were running low, and by the time I got home, I was beat. I pretty much vegged out on the couch for the evening, not doing a whole lot of anything…
It was awesome.
So now I’m ready to conquer my day…rain and all. Ohhh the leaves…… Does this scene not scream, “Stay at home in your sweats today!”?!?
Well, since that’s not possible, I’ll just have to embrace it. But that’s ok because it’s COFFEE FRIDAY!
And even better, another awesome breakfast is waiting for me.
I debated on having something different from yesterday, but I just couldn’t do it guys. Hey, when you have a loaf of Honey Raisin Banana Pumpkin Bread sitting in your kitchen, you don’t let it go untouched.
Along with my bread, I have a honey flavored Chobani yogurt and another ‘naner. Looks like I better get going on these bananas quick, otherwise somebody’s gonna have to do some more baking…
So mayyyybe I’ll just have to let them sit around a teency bit longer?
After work today, I’m heading back to the gym for my first BodyPump class in weeks. After consulting my Workout Log, I realized I haven’t been to one since August 19th! I’m already afraid of what my body will feel like tomorrow.
I’ve got a fun Fashion Friday post coming up this afternoon, so be sure to check it out!
Question for the Morning:
Bananas: Do you like ‘em green, bright yellow, or nice and brown & spotty?
I can’t stand a green banana, and really don’t like a bright yellow one as much either. I always try to wait until they at least start accumulating a few brown spots. That’s when they’re nice and ripe and sweet.