Now that the reset is over I am trying to slowly work myself back into working out. Before Christmas I did a Les mills Combat workout, Combat 30. It was the first day after the reset so I didn’t push too hard. My goal was to just get this body moving again. I would say that it went well. Two days later I was sore, so I know I did something right! Lol
Today I did a T25 workout, speed 1.0. It was only 25 minutes but boy my lungs were working. Burning even! Clearly I am not in the shape I want to be in. I promised that I would document this journey that I am on. The good, the bad, and the ugly….and today felt down right ugly. Thank god it was only 25 minutes. I pushed as hard as I could but I know I have a ways to go.
I might have had more energy if my “sweet” little foster puppy would have decided to sleep a little last night. I guess technically she did sleep. Just not long enough for it to make a difference. Then the crying and barking started. She hadn’t made a noise up until that moment so it clearly startled us all. I’m not sure why she chose 2am to show that she was comfortable enough with us to communicate. Lol
Oh sure she looks cute. Who am I kidding? She is cuter then cute. I will enjoy every second she is with us. Then, when she is safe and sound with her forever home, I will be even happier we no longer have a puppy! I know all you mommies and daddies know what I am talking about. Everyone loves a baby. Yet, once you kids are all grown, do you really want to have a crying baby at your house all night? Sure maybe a night or 2 for your friends or you become a grandparent, but when they leave you know you are grateful you are past that point in your life!
I love that we helped rescue this sweet girl. There is absolutely no reason why she should be locked in a shelter in North Carolina waiting to be put to sleep. I would much rather she be crying in my bedroom! Loved and alive! I know whoever she ends up with will love her forever and they will make each other very happy!