I'm not sure what is worse, digging a vehicle out of the snow or digging a vehicle's garage so you can drive out. Garages are big. Either way we had to shovel on Thursday AND Friday morning since it decided to snow two days in a row. How exciting. Now there are just piles and piles of snow everywhere!
I'm sure you've seen plenty of snow pics, but I'm gonna show you mine anyway. HA!
|Before the madness began!|
|This is what we woke up to!|
|After a shovel!|
|This was WITH my back door...open!|
|After the Wednesday night snow...before the second one|
|Our walk to the nearest RedBox|
But you know who LOVED the snow??? My four legged baby Oscar!
I've started running again since the PF seems to be getting better. I ran a whole 6 miles last week! I ran 3 today in the snow covered sidewalks. Running in snow is a beast. I get nervous about slipping, but I made it just fine. I'm still biking, and even added rowing back into the mix. Rowing is proving to be difficult because of my lack of grip on the right hand. I'm still gonna do it though, I need to row.
You know what's best about running inside when it's 10 degrees out?
|I had to resort to a treadmill run on Thursday!|
I'm still juicing it up. I actually had an in depth conversation with a fellow nursing student last week about being a vegetarian and juicing. He disagrees with juicing, I don't. He was quite passionate about it too. I told him we will just agree to disagree. People are entitled to their own opinions. I heard him out, he heard me out, and we are still buddies. He had an interesting story though, after changing to a vegan diet, he lost 100 lbs about a year ago. He is still quite obsessed about calories though. When we were discussing shakes, I told him I use coconut milk and he told me to "watch those calories". I'm not concerned with calories, I've never been much of a calorie counter, but I do totally understand where he is coming from. I think it's amazing when people lose that amount of weight. Diet is way more important than exercise, although you need both to be successful.
So did you get snowed in?
And what do you do when you can't exercise outside AND you can't leave the house?
I'm pretty lucky to have a small gym in our basement, so I usually reluctantly go down there, but I'd much rather be outside!