I just took a restorative yoga class and legit slept through half of it. I think. I mean I’m not really sure, as I was completely asleep.
Today started real shitty and ended pretty well.
An epic crying-induced headache prompted me to leave work around 1pm today. I took a nap and hung out with my dog.
Then I tried to go to a heated level 2 vinyasa class at 5:30 but didn’t make it, so I went to a nearby studio for their sculpt class at 6. Sweated it out big time.
Came home, walked the dogs (my roommate is out of town this weekend so I am on double doggie duty), took a shower, started cooking dinner and the dude came over.
It was simple and easy and tasty — quinoa spaghetti with some ~chunky garden~ red sauce that I added ground turkey and sautéed sweet peppers to. The dude brought over some greens so I made a salad too. Hella colored tomatoes.
We got in like a fight? last night so in addition to the greens, he also brought my favorite amazing local cheese (ColoRouge by Mouco) and crackers, and some apology gelato. And a fancy barrel-aged beer that he made. Best.
We watched a few episodes of Parks & Rec on Netflix and then he went home because I have to get up early and he wants to sleep in, which is fine.
I think tomorrow will be good too: teaching yoga, practicing yoga, cleaning, errands, free beer, Oktoberfest.
May I recommend the yoga sculpt class at CorePower.
I made simple ~overnight oats~ last night for the first time. I don’t have any trendy mason jars so I used an old yogurt container I now use for Tupperware (or overnight oats, as it were).
May I recommend sprinkling graham crackers on top.
I’m not sure if I’m totally sold on this. I’ll have to try some stuff. But I do like how easy it was and eating something better than a bagel at my desk in the morning.
I was still full from brunch at 3pm but I figured I wouldn’t eat at all tonight if I didn’t do it when I did (about 1.5 hours ago).
Annie’s cheesy taco mac n chz with some ground turkey I added. Salad with “super greens” (ok Safeway tone it down), cucumbers, strawberries, feta, and carmelized onion and poppyseed dressing.
A comma splice walks into a bar, it has a drink and then leaves.
A question mark walks into a bar?
Two quotation marks “Walk into” a bar.
A gerund and an infinitive walk into a bar, drinking to drink.
The bar was walked into by a passive voice.
Three intransitive verbs walk into a bar. They sit. They drink. They leave.
THANKS FOR TEACHING ME THINGS THAT ENGLISH CLASS HAS FAILED TO ACKNOWLEDGE
This is everything