Sweating Puddles

So my dance friends and I did indeed get our butts handed to us in conditioning class this morning. Sore butts now, actually. I was literally–LITERALLY— sweating puddles. Sorry, ladies. I wiped it up if that helps…no, right? Deep down though, I had a good time because it was the kind of exercise I love to do–functional movements with little breaks in between. The Horton technique dance class that followed conditioning also reminded us how much our bodies aren’t used to dancing. Yikes.

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Hello, obliques!!

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Oh, and the callouses are emerging.

Breakfast

Luckily, I had some delicious fuel before our sweat-fest:

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Whole grain sunflower seed toast; one with vanilla sunbutter, one with crunchy peanut butter; sliced bananas arrayed on top + glass o’ milk.

I had my senior photo appointment today as well. It’s funny considering how long it takes to get all dolled-up for pictures that take about 10 minutes. I spent a good hour doing my hair and makeup, drove to school, sat for the photos, drove home, took off the makeup and jewelry, and changed into my PJs. Well, I guess those photos will forever be imprinted for all our future loved ones to see. No pressure.

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Dinner

(I did have lunch and a big snack, I just didn’t take a picture of them.) Dinner was random, but delicious!

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A couple baby sweet potatoes, chicken, and caprese (THE best).

So tell me: When was the last time you sweat puddles? Do you still look back on old yearbooks? 

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6 thoughts on “Sweating Puddles

    • Oh my gosh, it’s my favorite bread EVER. Unfortunately, it’s from Publix, which is a grocery store in the south. When we went to Florida, we bought a loaf, fell in love, and bought two more big loaves to bring back to NY to freeze. We are currently on the last loaf, and I am not looking forward to the day we finish it. 😦 But we’re trying to look for a similar kind of bread around here!

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