Well I failed this morning when I woke up and realized that I couldn’t find my Tupperware that I was so proud of using yesterday. I’m pretty sure one of the cleaning ladies found it in some common room, rolled her eyes at my not-yet-washed Tupperware, and threw it away. So I feel bad about that.
Everything else went pretty well, but I’ve got to say I don’t think that I could give up meat.
After lunch, I decided I should work out before the night got busy, so I went down to gym. But why waste such a nice day? And I’d never been to the Bio Reserve so ran over there and through the trails. It was just what I needed being I am all stressed about the final weeks.
Three things I realized out running around the Bio Reserve:
(1) I really need to let go of all the things that I materialize. It was really muddy in the Bio Reserve and I was getting mud all over the nice running shoes I got for my birthday. The first thing I thought was “Poop on a stick! I’m going to have to buy new shoes.” But because I had time to think about it, I came to the conclusion that my thought process was ridiculous; my shoes were perfectly fine, they just looked dirty. That is why I had avoid trail running, but it was so fun and relaxing that I really don’t care that my shoes are dirty. (I even got a bunch of scratches and mud marks up my legs that I felt proud about walking back.)
(2) I thought I was going to be late for Gospel Choir because I saw the same sign at least three times, but I really did not mind if I was late or not. The exercise and time to myself was worth being a little bit late (which I will not be; I made it back in time to even write this post).
(3) Country music is the best.