Thursday, September 06, 2007

Bor-ing!

Jeeze, I feel like my workout reports just keep getting more and more boring. Afterall, what's so exciting about a 30 minute treadmill run? Nothing! The back is still bothering me, but it wasn't too bad last night. I have my 1st PT appointment on Monday.

Honestly, I really don't know how I am going to fit in the PT! I'm going to Texas A&M (WHOOP!) next week from Wednesday through Friday for college recruiting. I'm excited about possibly getting in an early morning jog through campus...it's been forever since I've been back. And, I just found out yesterday that I am going to NYC for work the following week for 2 days (possibly longer if I can find a reasonably priced hotel there and extend the trip..is that an even realistic?). Then, the week after that, I'm off to Tech for a couple of days for more college recruiting. Thank God the month of October looks a little less hectic! I have a 2 day trip to LSU and that's it! But being away from the hubby and kiddo is tough...not to mention that the hubby has to use his PTO, since he works nights.

Somehow, I have to make sure I stay on top of the school stuff during all this. Looks like the housework will be the 1st to be neglected, followed by running....and neglecting the workouts makes me one grumpy girl. :-) By the way Barbara, I am actually enjoying Finance class so far! (I can't believe I typed that!)

7 comments:

barbara said...

Welcome to the dark side - LOL!

I was running a regression this morning the easy way - the wizard in Excel. It kept giving me an error message that my output range was invalid. Turns out it was the same as my input X range (age).

I had 2 thoughts at that point. One, I needed some coffee because I obviously wasn't awake. Two, don't forget tell you my exciting story of how I spent my morning!

No worry; the morning picked up in excitement.

txrunnergirl said...

LOL Barbara. I was afraid I was going to have nightmares about regressions after econ and stat. I'm sure we'll have a bit of that in this class too!

J~mom said...

HA!! My housework was the first thing to go when school started two and a half weeks ago. It's going to take me twice as long to get it all put back together!

jamoosh said...

OMG - You're an Aggie? That explains so much...

Marcy said...

Here's to NYC!! Enjoy the time!!! ;D ;D

Viv said...

Ag, by marriage here. I hope you can extend NYC. A run in Centeral Park would be fun, if not a run down 5th in and out of all the stores. LOL!

Anne said...

I feel the same way when I'm injured. There are just so many ways to dress up a gym experience and then it's done. New York's Central Park is another story entirely. You'll love it. Just be careful -- last time I ran there, I got a little too adventurous and ended up in Harlem and unable to figure out my way back without a lot of directions from kind strangers. A 45-minute romp turned into a 2-hour ordeal.