Let's see, I didn't run very much. I know some of you awesome women run with colds, in the rain, while pregnant, but a cold really knocks me on my butt. I aspire to be like all of you one day! but for now, I will just rest and catch up on sleep. Today for my weekly wrap, I'll tell you what laziness happened last week.
On Monday I came home from work feeling worn out and tired, I could feel the cold coming and after dropping off my son with his father, and having my heart torn out... my body didn't leave the couch for the rest of the night. I accidentally watched the last 3 episodes of Game of Thrones because Roger was watching it.
On July 4th, I slept in. Close to lunch, we went to get some burgers and beer at Wegmans for our "at home 4th of July" celebration. I didn't have a beer, because my body felt sick enough on just water, so I'll be saving the beer for another day. We watched a lot of Orange Is The New Black, and went to bed early.
|That's the Corona I'm having in Suzy's behalf|
We went to the pool instead, and I feel asleep on the shade. After, we went to pick up my new glasses.
|I broke one of the lenses, so now one side is blurry...|
On Saturday, I took my son to a place called Climbnasium, where I got trained to be a spotter and my son climbed some pretty high walls.
We also went to see the local fireworks
and on Sunday, we went to our local Second and Charles for some books. We picked up Wonder by R Palacio, and Diary of A Wimpy Kid #3. Wonder is such a wonderful book, I know it's for kids, but it I would recommended to anybody.
I did finally run 3 miles on Sunday.
You'll Grow Out Of It by Jessi Klein. I like this type of humor by women books, and the look at women's expectations.
How was your week?
Is it mandatory to have burgers or hot dogs for 4th of July?
What is the youngest book you have read for yourself ? I'm working through Amazon's 100 books to read in a lifetime, so Good Night moon is the youngest book I read for it.
Do you wall climb?