It’s no secret that I have the mental capacity of a drunk hamster. Today was just one of those days where every single one of my five brain cells called in sick.
1.) First bad decision? Not wearing this all day. Man, I was cozy in that robe. I ended up wearing real clothes to work (you’re welcome, employers), but I forgot to take a coat and I wore flats that exposed my feet to the elements. Hey, have any of y’all heard people talking about how cold it is right now?
2.) I ate a cupcake. Hold on, I know what you’re thinking. And no, I actually don’t regret the sugar, butter, or chocolate one tiny bit. I regret the radioactive red icing. When I got home from work, there was still some on my face. One of my co-workers actually told me it was there, but I totally thought I had licked it all off after that. I guess she decided that I gave it my best effort, because she didn’t tell me I didn’t even get it off. This is me not thanking everyone I talked to today for telling me about it. Note to self: look in the mirror more often.
3.) I stopped my car to take this picture and then posted it on social media. Because everyone cares about the weather. I was that person and I’m kind of upset about it. Like one of my Instagram friends said, at least it wasn’t a picture of the weather channel. Yes, we get it. It’s cold. I feel a little bad for complaining about the “frigid” temps here when other people have like, you know, snow and ice everywhere.
4.) I took a new class at the gym today. Before you congratulate me, let me fill you in. My foot still hurts, and this was a plyometric-centered class that pretty much had me jumping around for 30 minutes. It was brutal. My friend Logan and I originally wanted to take Bodypump, but we were late. So we ended up at GRIT. Pain ensued. In all honesty, that class embarrassed me. Badly. I thought I was in decent shape, but it took about 2 minutes of HIIT to remind me that there are a million shades of fit.
This day left me looking and feeling like this:
But on the plus side, I really like how the perm gives me a sweet messy ponytail. There is always a silver lining, folks.