Woops! Fell of the face of the earth there for a moment, but don't worry, I found my way back and here I sit to share with you all that I did not do.
Day 13: Does 1 solid hr of Bocce Ball count as exercise? I'm going to say yes because you are bending, walking, carrying heavy balls, etc. I had my company holiday party at Pinstripes where we had a lovely carb heavy lunch to carb load for our indoor bocce games. Work holiday party merged with a friends birthday party and before I knew it, there were no more hours in the day to get in a real work out. So bocce it is.
Day 14: I was summoned from my bed nice and early to help the mother set up for our annual wonton making day. I easily could have laid in bed for another 45 minutes since all the guests were 45+ minutes late. It was a jolly good time of noshing on homemade meatballs, chicken wings, veggies and cheese while filling and folding chicken wontons. They were so delicious and I can't wait until Christmas Eve when I get to eat them again. In the meantime we have some that are cream cheese filled. Equally delicious.
Day 15: Again, I'm going to say I got in something that resembled fitness. I finished up my Christmas shopping with the mother lady again, but this time we walked half of Fleet Farm, went up and down every aisle of Big Lots, 2/3 of DSW, Marshalls, and Home Goods. Those are not small stores my friends.
Day 16: Fail. I spent a majority of my day in bed. I didn't sleep much at all the night before because of some horrible back/neck/head/arm pain. I have no clue what happened. Maybe it was folding all those wontons and the motion of moving a wine glass to and fro my wine drinking hole? Either way it's been quite painful and I spent half of my day in bed with an ice pack moving from my elbow to my back.
I rescheduled my day 16 training session to day 17. That will be followed by our last Cabo Girls/Taco Tuesday dinner before our trip that is 1 month 1 day away!
Damn. Now I'm craving cream cheese wontons.
Sorry this is boring and pictureless, but I need to keep an update for myself.