Trying to run that marathon in Omaha three weeks ago was a questionable decision which went the wrong way. That said, if I hadn't pushed myself over the edge that day, I would likely still be half-assing my running, not taking the time to heal and not correcting the causes of my injury, so I guess there is a purpose to every dumb thing I do.
I planned on 90 minutes in the pool this morning, but people were waiting on lanes at 6:30, so I hopped out after an hour. The pool has 10 lanes, but at 6:30 am, the HS swim team takes 8 of the lanes, leaving only 2 open. Usually, there aren't more than 4-5 people in those 2 lanes when the HS kids start, but there were more people today. Will go to boxing class again tonight. Tuesday's workouts usually involve a lot of running, burpees, and other things I cant do yet, so I will hop on the bike when those things are commanded of us.
I tried a new chicken & pasta recipe last night. It was delicious! It included sundried tomatoes and spinach.....two things blazerboy usually won't touch. His girlfriend
ate dinner with us, so in an effort to not look like a whiner, he ate everything on his plate.
Blather: Blazerman is STILL waiting for the company he had 4 interviews with to make a decision. At least it isn't a NO....yet. Since it isn't a bajillion degrees during the day anymore, he has been going for long walks to get some exercise. He listens to podcasts on his walks, usually 30 for 30 as ESPN has those on podcast now. This morning I recommended he start the first season of Serial as I am sure he will enjoy it. If he takes my recommendation, I bet he will listen to more than one episode today!
Bonus: NO. I am a firm believer that if you are prudent when making a decision, especially a major one, you don't look back.....only forward. Second guessing solves nothing and can only cause anxiety and regret. Before we committed to moving to Texas nine years, blazerman and I agreed we could never second guess such a HUGE decision as we had very specific reasons for making it at the time. I will always feel it was the best decision of my life.