Monday, January 23, 2012
NFL Sunday, best in pajamas
I said goodbye to Friday with the intentions of having some sort of easy day on either Saturday or Sunday. The only two training items I had were a one hour run on Saturday and a one hour bike on Sunday. Cake walk. I'm in week 5 of 70.3 and so far, so good. Well, kinda. I'll explain later...
Anyway, Saturday, my oldest had a swim meet and I volunteered to time Lap 1 of the event so I was able to snap this crisp pic, brought to you by the fine folks at Apple. She's the one in the black suit with the black cap. I smile every time I watch her swim. Being closer to the center lane means you have the fastest time for that event going in. Fun swim meet facts for your Monday.
I got in my one hour run before the meet started. I could practically pitch a tent at the Y. Plus, there's plenty of room in the main lobby.
Afterward it was over I came home and took a nap. One of those kind where you drool all over the place. My muscles were twitching big time so I knew that my legs were tired and needed a break.
Slept in on Sunday and took a stand against getting ready or joining civilization. I wore my pajamas the entire day! I only changed into my bike shorts for my afternoon ride. In the house. While watching football. Just like Burger King, yesterday I had it my way!
My loyal steed laying at the foot of my bike.
I wanna be able to balance myself on the bike like a tight rope. My ultimate goal is to be able to do a handstand on it. Go ahead and laugh. My husband does.
A special thanks to:
First and foremost, Google images. Way to go. Such clear pictures.
Secondly, to the Patriots who made my living room bike ride that much more enjoyable. Chest bump to a pay raise.
Third, to the Giants, who managed to hire a kicker who can actually get the football through the uprights from throwing distance. Way to go Gstrings. I mean GMen. I was practically holding my eyelids open at the end because the game took so long... but I was happy they won. I hope they beat the Patriots in the Super Bowl. I hope Victor Cruz scores each and every touchdown so I can watch him dance because I firmly believe that all Super Bowl games would be better with some Latin dancing in the end zone. Even if it does result in a 5 yard penalty.
Today is suppose to be my day off but I feel like swimming. And so I will.
Did you watch the games yesterday? Who's your pick?