...at least not today. Nobody on the East coast likes Irene today.
Unless you've been under a rock, you should know what I'm talking about; Hurricane Irene. She hit all along the east coast from NC to VT. Boy did she do a number in some areas.
Thankfully, my immediate area wasn't too bad. Yes, there are tree limbs down, and yes, I have no power, but overall things are OK. Unfortunately I'm being told that my power will probably be out for a few days to a week. I don't like that, but compared to others, I shouldn't complain.
I ventured in to the office today not sure what I'd find since my building is across the street from a river. Thankfully it was fine and we have electricity, which now feels like a luxury.
Spinach, walnuts, sun dried tomatoes (no oil), blue cheese, mushrooms, avocado, and bacon. Served with a spicy honey mustard. Sounds OK, right?
Rewinding to Saturday, I taught my 10a. I figured it would either be packed since people wanted to get their workout on, or empty as people were busy buying water.
Thankfully it was almost full and the energy was great. I can't put my finger on it but I blame the nervous energy on giving us a great and difficult spin ride. I joked a few times that we were running away from the storm and I honestly think it helped us work harder.
I was just in the mood to hear the Bongo Song, so even though I may have done that ride in the past month or two, I did it anyway. I hope no one minded.
If you take spin classes, how much attention do you pay to the music week to week. Would you notice if the instructor played the same music twice in one month?