Wahoo! First off, did you click on the link yesterday? Because I'm writing on the blog for runner's club. That makes me famous. AND because I talked two of my friends into joining the new 5K group, our running club coach offered to do some personal training for me, free - the first of which was last night. My legs are strong. Yes. I've always had strong legs. But my arms? Wimpy McWimperson. I couldn't even do ONE normal push-up. Then we tried one with a low step. Nope. Then we tried with the step set on it's highest setting and I managed 4. Hahahaha! I was laughing everytime I fell down. Good thing I don't take myself too seriously because there were some very, very attractive and fitttttttt men working out and if our coach hadn't been there, I would have been way too intimidated to do any of it. My gym is a little more low key. Lots of people who look like me, get red in the face, pant and sweat a lot. Much better. Because she prescribed some balance and core work and I most definitely will fall over. It's fairly certain that I will NOT be picking up men at the gym because of my form or fitness.
Are the trees changing at your house yet? Because they are here. I've resigned myself to the fact that winter is coming and that I had better start to enjoy fall before it too, goes away. New Life Mom and Dad came to visit on Sunday and we sat in the late afternoon sunshine in the backyard while I gave them the garden tour. New Life Dad asked what I was going to do when the garden was done for the year. As in - I've been obsessed with it since May and it is my most favorite hobby. I said I didn't know. I don't KNOW. That kind of scares me. New Life Mom taught me how to crochet on family vacation last August, but that just doesn't hold much appeal for me. I'm scared that without the garden, I will dive back into my hole for the winter. If you've been reading for any amount of time, you KNOW how much pleasure gardening gives me. And you KNOW how much I dread February. Help me, internet. I need some suggestions for winter hobbies. I've come so far this year and I don't want to undo any of it. I have to stay out of the darkness. I really do. It's not good for me there.