|We got a good eight hours sleep, and were up shortly before the 9:00 alarm clock setting. Robert make coffee, and we had a little piece of a roll, two sausage patties each, and some cantaloupe for our breakfast.
To go to the gym, I packed up, along with clothes to change into after working out, both my personal and my work laptops to take to IBM afterwards.
In the end, thinking about not working out for two days straight, I did 30 minutes of cardio, and I did them on the elliptical machine, at close to probably a 170 heart rate, instead of the less strenuous treadmill workout I've been doing lately. Taking myself to task!
I decided to postpone my trip out to IBM until tomorrow night, as I'm going to be out at the Hilton Garden Inn at the airport from 7:00-9:00PM, and I can just slip over to IBM while I'm already out that way.
I took advantage of the "found time" to read some of The Color of Water, which I did for about 20 minutes, after which I proceeded to read the back of my eyelids for a couple of hours.
When I awoke, I had a voice mail message from Kevin (av8rdude), who you will (or not) remember is en route to Seattle via Washington DC and Boston. The message said:
|Hello Ms. Martin. This is Kevin. Greg and I have stopped at a rest area on the New Jersey Turnpike, and we saw a tattoo on a shirtless guy that we just knew you'd appreciate. In big block letters across his back it said:
OMFG. Hold on while I permanently cringe.
For dinner, I had some leftover wings, which were actually little legs, from Bill and Carl's party last night. After heating them up, I poured a little Teriyaki sauce on them before I ate them. Pretty not healthy. Pretty darn good.
I met Joe at Flex at about 9:30 for some free pool and karaoke night. It was an uneventful night that ended up at Shanghai Express, where I ordered the Sesame Chicken Combo, which came out to 14 freaking dollars. That's as much as my Bentley's talapia the other day. Oh well. I ate the egg roll, half the rice, and about one-fourth of the entree. Should make a good lunch tomorrow, if not one tomorrow and the rest again on Tuesday.