Good evening all! Well, my resolution of posting every day didn’t last very long. I’m in the midst of transitioning Bubber to the preschool that Little Gronk attends, but I’ve been trying to introduce him piecemeal – an afternoon here, a morning there. I will say that Bubber seems perfectly happy there and it’s more my own anxiety trip that has led to my crazy driving back and forth and commuting.
Also, there’s gardening.
Also, multiple book reviews.
Also, at least one film review of a movie that I thought was just plain awful.
Also – Workout Wednesday!!
So, I’ve run exactly one 5K in my life: the Wounded Warriors / Operation Giveback run/walk/roll on May 11, 2013. I ran it in a hair under 30 minutes, which made me super-happy. And obviously it was for a great cause.
A month later I got pregnant (again). A month after that the fatigue hit me HARD, and I went from doing three miles on the treadmill to panting when I walked up stairs.
And so, yet again, I’m starting the Couch to 5K training app. This is the app I used to get me up to three miles; and then again, after I had the stupid foot injury take me offline for a YEAR; and then AGAIN, once I had recovered from birthing Little Gronk. Slow and steady makes one able to race!
Before I introduce this week’s songs, I would like to state for the record that if you’d told me my favorite radio station would be Christian Rock, I would have laughed in your face. Laughed so hard I choked. Laughed so hard I’d be rolling on the floor. Laughed so hard they’d have to sedate me and cart me away for observation.
But I *DO*. I love it.
My station is 106.3 The Rock - “positive rock alternative.” What that means to me is:
1) No commercials
2) Really great rock music that I don’t hear anywhere else
3) No swear words when I’ve got kids in the car. (Bitch, whore, sex, etc.)
And it really is VERY good music.
So here are your three songs to inspire sweating this week: (Just listen to the music. I’ve no idea what the videos show.)
1) “Unless” by Everfound:
2) “Electric Ladyland” by Kingsdown
3) “Off with her Head” by Icon for Hire