Wednesday, July 18

445a-2 fr eggs, s chicken sausage, .5c sauerkraut, c reg w T coconut milk, Larabar, supps
6a-c reg
630a-taught class (did warmup, demo'd moves)
745a-Americano w SF syrup
830a-2c decaf
10a-chicken sausage, sl egg bake, .5oz almonds, supps
1145a-personal training
115p-choco banana protein ice cream
330p-sl egg bake, .5 avocado, chicken sausage, Caveman Cookie, supps
6p-weightlifting randomness
7p-yoga w Sarah
Throughout day-4.5 quarts water

IF: No supper. Again training so big breakfast, small snack, solid PWO nutrition. Skipping supper was easy due to oil change, yoga, etc. Just no time!

Sleep: In bed 7.5 hours: 9-430, up early due to class. Sleep was solid, though probably only 7 hours.

Body: A little sore in legs, yesterday's squats...worse in afternoon!

Brain: Doing great!

Hot $ tip: Nuts are on super sale at Fleet, almost every single kind.

WOD: Attitude. I'll just share the quote that inspired this WOD:
The longer I live, the more I realize the impact of attitude on life. Attitude, to me, is more important than facts. It is more important than the past, than education, than money, than circumstances, than failure, than successes, than what other people think or say or do. It is more important than appearance, giftedness or skill. It will make or break a company, a church, a home.
The remarkable thing is we have a choice everyday regarding the attitude we will embrace for that day. We cannot change our past...we cannot change the fact that people will act in a certain way. We cannot change the inevitable.
The only thing we can do is play on the one string we have, and that is our attitude. I am convinced that life is 10% what happens to me and 90% of how I react to it.
-Charles Swindoll
Pic of the Day:

This is where I'll be living Friday to Tuesday:

Fire ring! Grill! Shelter!
What else could you possibly need?
Well, maybe a hammock. 

I. Can. Not. Freaking. Wait.

Here's the description (keep in mind it's only $100 per night...cheaper than most hotel rooms!):
The Nest is a charming little cabin originally built in the late 1800's as a homestead. In the spring of 1996 we took it down to the bare shell and totally rebuilt it from the foundation up. The Nest now has knotty pine interior, with wall-to-wall carpet. It's one room has a Serta Pillow top Queen sized bed a hard wood table and two chairs a reading chair with ottoman, a 20" flat screen TV with DVD that picks up local and Satellite and a CD clock radio for rainy days and cool evenings. We have also added a small Dimplex fireplace and the Nest now has Air Conditioning.
For those who wish to cook the cabin is equipped with a Microwave oven, a toaster and coffee pot (well stocked with coffee). There is also a small 1-1/2 cubic ft. refrigerator and a gas grill with a side burner outside on the deck and an inside cooking griddle

The Nest is only 14' x 16', but we did manage to install a bathroom with a nice hot shower. It has a pocket door (for space saving), with a pedestal sink in the main room, also a vanity mirror and medicine chest. The room is well lighted and has a bank of windows that overlook the lake.

The exterior of the cabin is Cedar sided, and has a shed roof over the entry and all along the side, suitable for grilling on rainy days. It has a large deck and a fire-pit right out front. Although the cabin sits about one hundred feet off the road, it has been well insulated, and has five large Spruce trees shielding it from the road. When inside the cabin you forget the road is even there.

The Nest has been held out as allergy free, so please NO SMOKING in the cabin. There is a great view from the Nest and of course you are free to roam our shoreline.

We hope that you enjoy your stay in the Nest as much as our past guests have, and as much as we enjoy sharing it with you.

I might not come back, friends.

Actually, I do legitimately worry there's no way this vacation can possibly live up to my high expectations.

Except I think it will, as I'm not asking for much at all: hiking on the SHT (one of my mostest favoritest places EVER), biking, lazying, grilling, campfiring, sleeping, reading...just pure bucket-refilling time!

...with some burpees & TRX-ing thrown in to keep it "me."

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