Not sure why, but as I said yesterday, I've been in a bit of a rut.
I've been wanting a computer (or at least a phone with Internet access) for a while, and when we were shopping for Jay a new computer his dad assumed our chatter about it meant we would actually buy one, and even asked me what kind I was looking at.
While they were haggling over price, I made my way to the phones to drool. The guy offered to help me when he saw my rockin Razr circa 2005, but he backed off once he looked me up and saw that I'm not eligible for an upgrade until April of next year.
My eating habits have been less than idea as of late, but I can't seem to find the motivation to change that. I groan about how I don't want to be fat people, yet I continue to do fat people things. (Although I will say my breakfast of bran flakes, blueberries, and almonds covered in almond milk was quite yummy this morning.)
A friend invited me to the movies last night. What better to break a rut then spontaneity? It sorta helped, until Jay nagged me about getting popcorn and a drink at the concession counter.
My sister purchased me a new Vera Bradley wristlet at the outlet store, but once again Stingy McStingerson begrudged the $20 she spent on my behalf for a fun new item.
So I'm left with one final idea. It'll take hard work, dedication, and a bit of insanity.
But I think I can do it.
The final sprint triathlon of the year. What better way to celebrate getting back at it then...well...getting back at it. The major problem is the pool part - the indoor pool is closed . If I want to get my swims in I'll have to be and and out of the outdoor pool by 7 AM. That's when the swim team arrives.
But I'm a little scared.
Maybe easing back into things more slowly would be a better idea?