Tuesday, January 29, 2008

Night and Day

This week's theme for spinning was Night and Day. As in: Sunday, Bloody, Sunday, Leavin' on the Midnight Train to Georgia, and Every Day is a Winding Road.

Also, as part of our homework, we were supposed to bring two jokes, at least one of which had to be clean. There were a lot of Jewish jokes, lawyer jokes, Catholic jokes, and blonde jokes. Most of which are not suitable for posting.

Huge bonus was that one of the ladies had made Mrs. Field's chocolate chunk cookies. Thanks to the hypoglycemia, I can't eat them, but they smelled amazing.

I had bought some Luna Moons to try out at spinning, since someone had brought Cliff Shots last week, and they treated me well. However, my moons were supposed to be pomegranate, which I love. Instead they tasted like cough syrup. Not in a good way either, like liquid amoxycillin.

My body then decided that it was going to be tormented with cold products, then it might as well be sick. Now I'm suffering dizzy spells, nausea, and insane hunger again. Awesome.

Which meant I missed my long run on Sunday.


Rainmaker said...

I think if you taunt the jokes, ya gotta bring em'. ;)

Xena said...

How many psychologists does it take to change a light bulb?
Just one, but the light bulb has to really want to change.

How many mice does it take to screw in a light bulb?
Two. (It's a grenade joke ... 3, 2, 1)