Wasn’t feeling it at the gym this morning. Mentally I’m exhausted. Between the pandemic crap, political crap, society breakdown... My watch said I got a workout in so I guess I did. There’s nothing more I can do but push through. There’s a lot of things I won’t take for granted ever again.
The next two days are work at home day. Although I didn’t need to get up at 4:30 the alarm still rang and I woke. Did some fiddling around on my phone. Breakfast and to the gym by 5:40. Decided to stick to lower body today. Felt good to be in the gym not going … Continue reading Leg Day 🙂
So far I have kept my sanity. There are days that really try me. I try and concentrate on what I should be thankful for. There is plenty when I stop and think about it. The hardest point of this is the isolation. Here is what I have learned so far. If you try to … Continue reading A year of stand still.
My current wallpaper In an ever increasing, stressful world I will take whatever moments of peace I can find. Looking at this wallpaper I just put on my phone is one of those times. I’m not a fall person. I prefer summer and warmth. Especially when in my area fall last a couple weeks and … Continue reading Little bit of peace
My favorite season ends at 9:30. Damn you 2020.
The weather is great this weekend. I was lazy though. Slept in a little bit longer than during the week. It’s important the older we get the more active we remain. After having three months unable to go to the gym thanks to government shutting everything down I’m not taking going to the gym for … Continue reading Workout Saturday
I’m just going to come out and say it. Fist bumps don’t do it for me. Except for dealing with my elderly mother, I have not had real physical contact with another human being since early March. If it was not for the gym and being able to workout I think I would have cracked … Continue reading I am over isolation
So... what is your excuse? Left Summer 2011 / Right this morning Amazing what a difference I see 9 years from the photo on the left. The fat, miserable, pre diabetic me. The me that was being told you’re in middle age stage of life and just accept the fat. Your metabolism slows down. The … Continue reading Transformation Tuesday
Downtown Suffolk, VA had a tornado touchdown early Tuesday morning when tropical storm Isaias came through our area. An old, established neighborhood took a major hit. Was unable to take any pictures of the damage in that area. The Knight Financial Building The Knight Financial Building The Knight Financial Building Brandon House furniture store Home … Continue reading Hurricane Isaias damage