Friday, September 09, 2011

In a rut or in the groove?

Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons.

Quote du jour: People are crying up the rich and variegated plumage of the peacock, and he is himself blushing at the sight of his ugly feet.
- Sa'Di

Funny du jour: Evening classes for men, sponsored by WICOE (Women In Charge Of Everything) from the blog DD's Diary.

Exercise du jour: Yeah, yeah, the usual.

Morning - 1 hour elliptical

Noon - 1 hour raking, weeding
Done! Very hot outside, so I had to break it up a bit. But still, done :)

Night - 1 hour core strengthening
Done. Well, to be technical, I did another hour on the elliptical. That way, I could watch television, which distracts me from the fact that I am doing yet another @#% hour of exercise.

I know, I know. I'm in a rut. The thing is, if I can make exercising so intrinsic a habit that I'll do it automatically, then I'll be in a good rut.


C said...

I <3 Richard Armitage.

Your rut sounds lovely.

The Merry said...

Yeah... Richard... wistful sigh...

Judith said...

A Richard Armitage sighting in time for the weekend!

There's nothing wrong with being in a rut when it's a good rut. I am impressed by your rut and am trying to make a rut of my own so that I can be in one too.

Shelley said...

If that's a rut, I've been in one for months. Let's call it a groove. We be groovin' :)

messymimi said...

Good ruts are called routines, and they are the scaffold on which you build your days.

azusmom said...

A rut can be good!
And may I echo, Richard Armitage: *sigh*