Web Cowgirl 衛 思 維 (webcowgirl) wrote,
Web Cowgirl 衛 思 維
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Gymnation

Man, I wish going to the gym was more fun. Without my cheesy mystery novel to read, I had to amuse myself with some randomly chosen SF: in this case, Adam Robert's Salt. I got my heart up to 150+ after only five minutes but didn't get nearly as high as I had Tuesday. After 10 minutes, I headed over to the bike, did 9 minutes (barely able to keep it at 150 - watching news about the chunnel fire doesn't get me nearly so worked up when it'll likely be months before I use it again), then back to run for six minutes with a fairly even 160 for that time.

It's amazing how much being calm and settled reflects how my heart performs.

The shower afterwards was nice, too, and a pleasant day of medium-high intensity at work - a fair bit to do after being sick yesterday (and still a little below par today), but actually stacked up so well that I have been enjoying racing through things.

And look at the pretty fluffy clouds outside!

Tonight is all a-tumble, we have no idea what we will be doing as wechsler's cold is causing us to adjust our schedule, as may the energy sapping elements of tonyawinter's cold (also my cold, caring is sharing). I misunderstood that the Deloitte Ignite event was happening this evening, but it's not, so we may, in fact, be making up (on the fly) what we do this evening, though I find that either Turkish food in Dalston should be on the schedule, or maybe Japanese in Holborn (or even Fitzrovia). It will all depend on how much energy Tonya has. I have to say, I've been enjoying soaking up the games, but it seems like a drink or something is called for to celebrate Friday!
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