My One Syllable Life
Between getting home late last night and having a busy morning this morning, I was slacking in the lunch packing preparation.
What to do when I only had 5 minutes to go from in house to in car?
Wrapped in tinfoil and packed by ice:
Just the standard smoothie formula: liquid>protein powder>spinach>frozen fruit>ice – Delish as always.
I definitely got a couple weird looks from co-workers and even someone who asked if I was drinking sludge while sipping on my smoothie throughout the lunch hour today. However, I’ve learned not to let comments like that bother me, and by now most of my co-workers know my smoothies and not so normal lunches
Speaking of being abnormal…
If you guys have been reading this blog longer than a day, you’ve probably realized by now that I have some quirks. My mom says I’m special. So that’s the adjective I like to use
Anyway, during my post-workout Niko walk this morning, my mind began to put my day from start to finish into one syllable verbs. I forgot my ear phones, so these random thoughts are what I’m left with.
Here’s what I came up with:
That pretty much sums up most of my week days! I mean, exchange lift for run some days, and maybe every once in a while add dine (out) where cook is, but that’s basically it! Is it sad that my entire life Monday-Friday can more or less be explained in 10 verbs or less? heh, I told you I was special.
And one more, less random, more cohesive thought: Today’s leap day. That means the next time we’ll get to live February 29th will be in 2016. I say might as well make today a memorable one and give it our all since we won’t see it again for another four years
Anyway, back to that 9th verb. Have a good one!
How would you sum up your day today in one syllable verbs?