Thursday, September 15, 2011

Deep cleaning and more ramblings...

We made it to the gym for the BodyPump class after dropping off the 3 oldest at school.

I have only done this class early Monday mornings before today.
There is a different instructor on Thursday

It's strange how the same class with basically the exact same exercises
can seem so different just because there is a different instructor.
It threw me off a little.
Her form was different than the other chick that I'm used to.
Now I don't know who is doing it right.
 I just know that it very likely isn't me.

Turns out none of this matters or is interesting.
It's just what I was thinking when I started typing ;). 

I had to leave the class right as the cool down started because of
The Joy of Children...
meaning a call from the school that one of my kids needed me to bring them something.
I was going to run a couple of miles after class, but I gave into the kid. 

Then we went home and I started on the list I made last night.
My 'the kids are back in school, time to deep clean' list.
(I clean when the husband is out of town- it's weird) 

Doing BodyPump and cleaning the house don't go together.
For MY body.
My neck and butt hurt. 

I did cross off at least 5 things on my list of 19 things to clean.
 Ignore my terrible handwriting.

This list makes it seems like my house must be a filthy hole.
Ha!  You'll never know.

At least you know it's 5 crossed out things closer to not disgusting...


The Hungry Runner Girl said...

I totally know what you mean about the same exact two classes with different teachers and it feels like a completely different class. I need to deep clean so so bad!

Christy @ My Dirt Road Anthem: A Runner's Blog said...

Two more years and both my kids will be in school and then I can really get some deep serious cleaning done!

Lisa said...

I know that your house will never be anything CLOSE to a filthy hole, mine on the other hand... let's just say I've made a similar list lately, and it's about twice that long. My house would be SO clean if my kids lived somewhere else.