If you're friends with me on Facebook, you already know that Monday was NOT my day. I won't bore you with my drama (I'm sure you have plenty of your own) but suffice it to say nothing green was eaten, little work was done and the only exercise was walking to get more carbs covered in sugar. I felt bad, I was depressed, and life was a big fat blah. I think this picture sums it up nicely:
And in case you were wondering, those PJs are, in fact, covered in pictures of snowmen. And yes, I wore them for almost the last 48 hours.
After the day from H-E-Double Hockey Sticks I was blessed with today, which was one of the best days I can remember in a long time. Hubby went WAY out of his way to cheer me up today, and I appreciate it so much. Christmas lights were hung all around the house, stocking decorated and hung, Christmas CDs came out of storage, and even pine cones were decorated with glitter glue (poor man's decorations-the pine cones were picked up outside):
In short, today was awesome. About 4,000 calories of awesome, in fact. It's not often that I can say I've had a mid day bottle of champagne, but there you go. Please don't remind me that it's a Tuesday. I know. Part of the beauty of working from home on your own schedule? Days like this are possible. The downside? No one pays me for a "paid vacation" or "sick day".
At some point this evening I realized that I was not a full-time champagne drinker, candy eater and movie watcher. But man, wouldn't that be an awesome profession? So I decided to get a dose of reality in the form of a tough workout. AKA - trying to sweat out booze so I'm not hungover tomorrow and I actually have to work. 60 minutes of spinning and 3.5 miles of running later, I'm back to normal. Well, as normal as I ever am.
Do you have any favorite Christmas crafts?
Anything involving glitter glue is a solid win in my book. I wanted to string popcorn, but we don't have a tree. So we would have strings of popcorn, which is just weird, right?
Anyone ever workout AFTER drinking alcohol?
This might be a first. I was sobered up again, just in case you were wondering. Friends don't let friends drink and run.