Dr Seuss has said “We are all a little weird and life’s a little weird, and when we find someone whose weirdness is compatible with ours, we join up with them and fall in mutual weirdness and call it love.”
I like to go to the gym. I think it’s fun, exciting and if I don’t feel my muscles aching the next day, I don’t think I pushed myself hard enough. I’ve met a lot of people that think this way of thinking is absolutely insane. But sometimes I meet people that have the same mindset, who like to get super sweaty and love being active with constant personal improvement. He makes smile like a little kid, gets my humor, and likes running/biking/climbing with me. I’ve met a good match.
I bought a new pair of running shoes the other day. I had worn out my Adidas Adios2 sneaks. This time I went with the Adidas Boston3 sneaks. They are similar, but I can’t say that I wasn’t swayed by the hot pink color of the Boston3’s. I love hot pink!
I hit the gym this evening.
Fully kitted out in Lululemon. I love their gear!
Started out the workout with a lifting class.
Next I went to a spin class. Spin, spin, spin! I get so sweaty in spin classes. It’s simply amazing.
I had a newbie set her bike up next to me. I sensed a need for assistance so I got her fitted on her bike. I want to see people love workout classes like I do. If they have a good experience, I bet they will be more likely to come back. Who else loves my dirty brown spin shoes?
I followed up with a abs/core class. It’s short and sweet but so brutal! I finished up with a 5k on the treadmill while watching the Bachelor premier and texting my bestie about her thoughts on the show. It was definitely multi-tasking at it’s finest.
Now I am exhausted. I’m sure I could have pushed a bit harder, but there’s always next time. I had to get home to check on my butterfly Frankie. He is still rocking out, eating the Powerade/simple syrup mix.
Life can be crazy at times, but what makes me weird is the same thing that keeps me sane. Things are changing all the time. What makes you, you? Will you dare to be different or try to fit in with a crowd? Here is a quote to end the night, “You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose. You’re on your own. And you know what you know. And YOU are the one who’ll decide where to go…” by Dr. Seuss, Oh, the Places You’ll Go!