We’re back, guys. And with really grainy cell phone pictures. Get excited.
Jordan and I went to the gym this morning before he went to school and before I went to work. I hadn’t been to the gym in a while, so it was fun to go and start back slowly.
When we first got there, we started out playing racquet ball, which is so fun. I hadn’t played racquet ball since I was a kid. Neither of us know all of the rules and we’re not amazing at the game, so we just goofed off. Toward the end, though, we had gotten better, and it made me want to go back to see how much we can improve.
After that we went our separate ways. Jordan played basketball and I ran on the treadmill 1.5 miles. No music because I forgot my iPod. Watching Gilmore Girls on the TV that had no sound. That got boring pretty fast, but it still felt good to run again.
Next, Jordan was still sore from working out the fast few days, so he spent most of our remaining time stretching while I did lunges back and forth across the room, holding five pounds of weight on a bar across my shoulders.
Back at home, I made a quick lunch/breakfast. It might sound weird, but it’s actually really good.
I fried an egg and two pieces of turkey bacon, put both of those on a toasted bagel with guacamole as a spread. Don’t question it, just do it.
We also made smoothies. Basically we just throw as much fruit and veggies in as we can without making it taste disgusting.
We’ll be back for more tips on the best ways to combine different foods, flavors, and fruits and veggies into smoothies. Some veggies, like broccoli and kale, can be overpowering, but there are ways to disguise those flavors.
Me: “How should I end the blog, Jordan?”