I don’t know where this came from to give credit, but it’s been floating around a bunch of Atlanta websites.
After three days of being stuck in my house, I finally left. Never in my life have I been more excited to go to work. It took about 45 minutes to get there and an hour and 15 minutes (where I almost got stuck) to get home, but I got to spend real hours outside of the house.
This week has kind of been a little surreal. Here it is almost Friday and I’ve done absolutely nothing, including no running. I tend to get a little anxious when I don’t exercise. My normal work-out routine is 4-6 days a week, usually 5 or 6. I did that Core Fusion DVD on Tuesday but haven’t done anything since. I actually packed my gym bag to go after work, but realized that I probably should just drive home since all the melted ice was supposed to refreeze.
I know that I could have done another home workout, but what I really wanted to do was run. I definitely get in a mood when I don’t run for several days in a row. Here’s to hoping that I will be able to go tomorrow. It’s supposed to warm up into the 40’s so hopefully this ice will finally go away.
Though I was too nervous to drive, Jason was not and since we didn’t have any food in the house, we decided to go out to eat. He’d been working for so many days in a row that I decided that would be nicer than forcing him to drive me to the gym! At first we were going to go to Mellow Mushroom, but then we noticed a Hibatchi restaurant next door so we decided to check it out.
Please excuse the dark pictures.
The meal came with chicken broth and ginger salad, but I substituted miso soup instead.
For my entree, I got vegetables. Honestly, they were not that good. But I guess you pay for the hitbatchi show more than the food, which is always fun. In addition to the onion volcano, this particular hibatchi chef threw rice into our mouths.
Tomorrow I will run!