I'm getting jiggly. Back pain is almost constant when sitting. That's it. I'm leaving for lunch in a few minutes, I'll drop by the secret free work gym and make an inventory of what they have. It's casual Friday.
Hey, it turns out that file I wanted yesterday, they got it Wednesday night and didn't share with me. And... I still don't have it. ...
Okay. Lunch. I'm going in. I'll let you know.
Um, ugh. I recalled incorrectly, they do not even have a bench. They have some sort of Smith-like machine over a bench1. The only sort of thing in there that's useful is a lat pulldown machine. Not even a place to do pullups. Oh, right, they do have some treadmills of sorts. Not. Helpful. Will really really have to look into that gym.
Ibuprofen: not really a good idea. http://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2009/09/01/phys-ed-does-ibuprofen-help-or-hurt-during-exercise/ Confirming more stuff we all already know.
Okay. I've got the runs. Well, not quite, but I'm very loose at the moment. Not sure what caused it. Not entirely important. Could be the omelette yesterday.
Am I the only one who is excited at the idea of possibly starting to do Sunday roasts? I'll float the idea, see if people bite on it. Start before church, go to church, come back, do some more work, have company, eat the leftovers all week, all that stuff. Not necessarily every week, mind you. But I think we have enough friends that would enjoy dropping by and eating some Yorkshire pudding on a Sunday afternoon.
SPEAKING OF WHICH: Prince Charles is, sometimes, quite cool: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mutton_Renaissance_Campaign Only sometimes, though. Hmm. I might be able to get mutton at that corner grocery, now that I think of it.
Wait, did we get a roasting pan? And a rack for it?
1: This is a bad idea, both in principle and in practice, even in a pinch. You will destroy your shoulders with this.
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