After my big day at Epcot, the sister and I headed back to the abode, and finished off the night with a viewing of the Rock Horror Picture Show, which I haven’t seen in years, and yet I could sing almost every number.
This movie was way before it’s time, and I’m not sure why my parents ever allowed us to watch this, but I’m sure glad they did.
So the next day, I headed to the airport to go to Atlanta to visit a friend for her housewarming. Number 1, I flew on something called Silver Airways, which I’d never heard of. Number 2, the plane looked like a toy. I’m not kidding. After waiting forever in security, and sprinting, once again to my gate (thank you Lord for running), I was directed out directly onto the tarmac, where I was met with this.
I boarded the flight and felt comfortable that, should my life end, that I’d lived a full and good life.
Finally, I made it to Atlanta, and in search of a gym because it was wayyyyy too cold for my Raynaud’s behind to be running out, I found a Fitness 19.
The best part of being at a gym where no one will recognize you is that you can kind of do what you want. I ran. I lifted. Hard. I did a few hip-opening stretches. And I got hit on by a guy who’d skipped one too many leg days. Yikes. But I left feeling like the soreness would be delicious (anyone else like being sore?), and had a blast for the rest of my time in Atlanta.
Today, I’m thankful to be home, and ready to start a fresh new week. What are you looking forward to this week?
I’m looking forward to looking at a few houses in Raleigh with hopes of moving on soon from apartment living. Here’s hoping!