Ok! Quick blog post before I go to bed!
Yesterday was exhausting – but in a good way.
The sun came out again after days of stormy weather, and I finally had the opportunity to go for a walk. I got in a whole 30 minutes before I had to get home and change in time for a church activity.
Turns out, my church activity was showing all the ladies how to Zumba (as part of being healthy), and it was the first time I had ever done something like that. I jumped and I danced and I flailed like there was no tomorrow. I was usually half a step behind everyone else, but I was having so much fun it didn’t matter. I definitely want to keep trying Zumba because it was an amazing way to get some cardio while being happy about it.
My ward also served some amazing smoothies and gave me the recipes for them, so I’ll have to set aside some future posts to talk about them individually.
After the activity, I rushed home so Chris and I could go out to Savory and Sweet. I stuffed myself silly because the food was amazing as always and I was starving after all that exercise.
By the time I got home again, I was so tired from the exercise and so full of food I crashed on the couch at around 9 and slept until midnight. My husband was sweet enough to wake me up and take me back to bed so I could sleep some more, and I slept through the whole night. I don’t think I’ve had that much sleep in a long time, and it felt amazing!
Today wasn’t nearly so busy and productive.
I watched Confessions of a Shopaholic because my husband surprised me with the Blu-Ray.
On a happy note, I have been doing pretty well with my March through March challenge. I biked for 30 minutes while watching the movie, which then inspired me to make a salad in a jar for my lunch tomorrow. I tend to put too much dressing on my salads so it might not be as healthy as it could be – but it’s certainly tasty!
Welmp, time for bed! I still feel kind of wide awake since my body is adjusting to daylight savings, but I should probably get into the habit of going to bed early.
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