|Just A Fourth of the Zumba Folks|
As I walked out the door, had a moment of indecision about whether I should go to Zumba or go bicycling but, in the end, didn't feel like hoisting my bicycle out of the basement or putting the bike rack on.
The regular Zumba teacher is on a cruise and she'd already told us that Shannon would be subbing. Many Shannonites showed up and it was a packed class. Kept thinking that a sub is not a sub when it's Shannon. Some of her moves are a bit too technical for me but her energy is awesome and infectious. Glad that I went.
Ate lunch then headed to Illinois to replace the damaged frames of my glasses. Luckily, it only set me back $16 bucks. Thank you eyewear outlet.
Went back home and picked up my bike which I took to the shop for a tune-up because it really will be biking season soon. I can still hear the laughter of a Somali acquaintance when I told him that I was going to get a tune-up for my bike. When I returned home had an email from Alison inquiring about Sunday bicycling, ha...
Siphoned water out of the fish tank, mopped the bathroom floor and washed a couple of loads of clothes then headed to the mall to pick up a birthday gift. Almost got hoodwinked into buying Winterberry tea from a very charismatic Vietnamese/Indian/Malaysian clerk. Thought about buying the tea for one of my aunts who likes fruit teas but they had a minimum amount requirement. I was amazed by the up sell spiel. I do not need a Teavana Starter Kit.
Went to Trader Joe's after the mall and as I packed my TJ's haul, realized that I was low on yogurt and headed across the parking lot to Target. By that time, my fitness tracker had recorded 12,000 steps and I started to feel it in my ankle. Foot (self) massage forthcoming.
The weekend -- just another phrase for trying to get stuff done that was not done during the week.
Steps so far: 12,908. Saturday miles on odometer -- 65, approximately.