I have only been blogging special events here this past week it seems. I’m VERY distracted by our new house hunt right now. I’ve looked at a bunch of houses this past week with our realtor. There have been several flurries of, “OMG Chad, you have to come see this house today!” I am vetting all of the potential houses first since Chad’s available time is so limited. But there is very little inventory in St. Petersburg right now and anything good is GONE very quickly, so you have to move fast. We’ve lost the opportunity to even make an offer on several houses because they went under contract before Chad could even see them. So anyway, I’m highly distracted and just not finding the time or inclination to blog about my usual
mundane fascinating life.
I have a backlog of things I want and need to blog about, and I may be putting up some very short, public service announcement-type blog posts in the near future just to keep from getting so far behind. I mean, the main purpose of this blog is just to record the memories of our daily life before they slip away never to return. But the “new house hunt” distractions are not going to stop anytime soon so blogging is not going to be a huge priority.
With that said, here’s a run-down of the sweating that I did this past week with a few miscellaneous photos thrown in there for good measure.
Tuesday night was Restore the Core with the awesome Christie of Karna Fitness.
Wednesday I went to a Yoga Sculpt class at Yoga Blu. This is a 90 minute class incorporating weights with traditional yoga poses. I’m starting to think all of the yoga classes at Yoga Blu are “hot” yoga. Both of the classes I went to this week seemed to be lacking any air conditioning. I was a dripping sweaty mess by the end.
Of course I went to Publix that way to share my sweatiness with the world.
On Wednesday afternoon I picked up our third Annie’s Organics share. This one was huge. I could barely lift the box.
We also ran by Fit2Run Wednesday afternoon to pick up my race packet for the Honda Grand Prix 5K.
My IRunMommies friends Kelly and Dawn were working the packet pick-up.
I ended up not actually doing the Honda Grand Prix 5K in the end. I piled on a bunch of excuses: my friend who I was going to do it with got sick and I couldn’t verify that any of my other friends were going to be there; it was raining; my hip has been hurting all week since the Sarasota Half Marathon. The truth is that I got lazy and let those excuses sway me.
Saturday morning I went to a fundraising event at Above the Barre Fitness. My friend Maria, the owner, donated her time and studio for this class which helped to raise funds for a high school Relay for Life team benefitting the American Cancer Society.
This morning the boys and I loaded the bikes into the back of the micro mini-van and headed to Outspokin Bicycles in south Tampa.
This was supposed to be a “blogger ride”, but we were the only ones who showed up. J.P., the store guru (his official title I’ve been told), was really nice about it though.
We rode through the pretty south Tampa neighborhoods until we came to the bay at Bayshore Boulevard.
It was an overcast, humid morning, but it always feels good to be on a bike.
I enjoyed chatting with J.P. during most of our seven mile ride.
We stopped just before the bridge to Davis Island.
The first half of our ride was quick and easy because we had the wind at our backs. After we turned around we were fighting some pretty challenging winds.
We had a fun morning and celebrated by getting Dunkin Donuts afterwards. Thanks for meeting up with us J.P.!
Okay, caught up with all the
mundane fascinating stuff. I still have a bunch of things I want to share but I am seriously preoccupied. I don’t want to jinx it, but we put an offer in on a house yesterday. There is also another offer on the table. We really want it. Keep your fingers crossed. This could become our new front porch:
The anxiety and waiting are KILLING me!