Every night around 7:30 or 8:00, Shane and I retire from whatever we’re doing and meet in the theatre room downstairs for TV time. We usually have an ongoing series we’re watching (Dexter, True Blood, Walking Dead, Modern Family, etc) and we’ll watch an episode of that before heading up to bed around 9:00.
Well, we’ve finished all of our “to-watch” series and nothing new is on this week, so it’s weeknight’s like this that we turn to our “filler shows” – you know, 30 minute shows we can watch countless times and still find entertaining. These shows are usually Big Bang Theory, How I Met Your Mother, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Family Guy, or King of Queens.
Last night’s choice was King of Queens, and in the beginning, Doug was eating a container of chocolate pudding, and when he was almost done, he pouted and said, “I always get so sad when my food’s coming to an end…” — and then reached for Carrie (his wife’s) container.
Though I laughed then, I felt a lot like Doug this morning as I was finishing my cheesy scrambled eggs.
I always get so sad when my food is coming to an end, too, Doug…
Especially when it’s a yummy veggie, egg, and cheese scramble! Best part? The half of an avocado chopped up on top.
Prior to breakfast, I got my workout on.
After doing a warm up of some inchworms, shoulder rolls and stretches I did a reallyquick upper body circuit workout
- 10 pushups (64% of body weight )
- 10 barbell rows (50 lbs)
- 10 pull ups (assisted)
I repeated three times through, and then hopped on the treadmill for a little HIIT workout. I completed this HIIT workout, stretched, and headed home.
It’s Friday!!! I think my mom’s going to come over today and get a personal training session in (from me) and then we’re going to hit up our favorite store good times.
Do you ever get sad when you’re food’s coming to an end? I hate when I reach the bottom of a cinnamon wheat thins bag for sure…