Rest Day

Today was the first rest day since last Friday. My training has been rejuvenated lately and I am feeling pretty good. I know these days are important even though you feel guilty. I would have probably squeezed in a small workout but are two reasons I didn't train today:

1) There still has been no progress getting out of bed before 6:30 am.

2) We had our monthly Tri-Fusion meeting.

It was really great to see all the familiar and not-so-familiar faces and eat some great grub. Thanks Twigs for providing an awesome buffet. Who new fried egg-plant patties (I first thought they were fish) could be so good. But when you live by yourself and cooking full meals is a pain in the ass, a catered buffet is a sight for sore eyes.

I would like to say how great the people of Tri-Fusion are and how they keep such positive attitudes towards life.


Tiffany said...

I think instead of beating yourself up for not working out one day, you need to revel in it! I look forward to my day off every week and I enjoy every second of it! You work HARD! You deserve the reward!

p.s. I also enjoyed the "fish" at Twigs! ;)

jessithompson said...

I agree that the Twigs meal was outstanding and honestly, you can't beat the deal! I love the meetings too and the chance to reconnect with folks and meet the new people coming on board.

Speaking of Tri Fusion members with positive attitudes towards life... you are definitely one of those people!

Vicki Scates said...

Steve I thought this was chicken, until I dumped it on Martins lap. He didn't like the red sauce on his white shirt.


Trish said...

I agree with Tiff...days off are to be celebrated! You do work very hard, and it is good to rest every now and then. Especially if it comes down to working our or hanging out at a Tri Fusion meeting :) Good to see you there!

LORIE said...

Stevers. . . . the point of Trifusion is exactly what you're getting out of it. Fellowship.

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