Thursday, December 22, 2011

Personal Training and Christmas

But not necessarily together...

First the personal training, or in this case, I like to refer to it as personal ass-kicking. I deserved it. Every bit. In fact, I hand picked this girl because I knew she would hand me my ego on a platter. It was great! And I'm horrendously sore. So... I'm happy. And energized. I'm not going to make it back to the gym before next Tuesday, but the workout is mainly bodyweight/dumbbell stuff so there are no excuses for not getting it done at home.

We have a big weekend up ahead. Tomorrow we go to my in-laws, Saturday to my dad's, and Sunday to my mom's. My poor kiddos are going to have some seriously fried nerves by the end of it. We're sending them to daycare tomorrow for half a day just to keep some semblance of order in their little lives. It has the potential to be a logistical nightmare, but we'll make it happen. We have lots of lists!

I finished the last bit of shopping this afternoon, and I finally finished the yarn wreath for my mother in law. I will post pics soon -- it's late and I'm too lazy to plug in the camera right now. It came out really nice though. I'm really happy with it.

Well, here's me, signing off for the weekend. I hope everyone has a lovely holiday and I'll see you on the flip side!




8 comments:

Stace said...

How awesome to have a personal trainer! Sounds like she is very very worth it!

MandaPanda said...

Have a very merry christmas and keep up those workouts!

Terrie said...

I hope I learned enough from my last trainer that I can fake it on my own in the new gym!!

Hope you have a great Christmas.

speck said...

I admire you for the personal trainer. It takes an act of congress for me to exercise so again I admire you.

Andrea said...

Merry Christmas!

Cat said...

Love the idea of the personal trainer. I think they will push us further than we would honestly be able to do on our own. Great job dear. Happy Holidays!!

Cece said...

Sorry for ditching you ... Merry Christmas to you and your family !

Ronnie said...

Love this post! Yay for soreness. :)

Hope you have a great time at your dad's house today - and a merry Christmas tomorrow! Love you, girly.