30 November 2013

Wave of exhaustion

Yesterday I had off and it was wonderful. I went to the Oly class at 7am and worked on some of my Oly lifts. Olympic lifting is not my thing at all, but it is fun to work on your form when you are not trying to cycle through them really fast. So that was good. Then I worked on some wrist wraps, these are going to be awesome, I just need to figure out a good way to market them. Then I went to the 4pm WOD. I was feeling all badass for going to the box twice in one day. Then things fell apart. I stopped at the store for dinner, since I didn't feel like turkey, and got a pot pie (yum) and some giant chocolate covered wafers. As I was walking through the store I started getting this pain in my right side. I don't know what it was but it was sharp at times. Back home I put the pot pie in the oven and proceeded to eat all 6 of the wafer thingees. And the pain persisted. I was getting a little concerned about it, but not enough to do anything. Then, around 8pm, I was hit with a wall of exhaustion. Just complete exhaustion. I felt like I could hardly keep my eyes open and that my limbs were moving through mud. I decided to head to bed but couldn't sleep. Then the wind started. Gusts of wind that were blowing things around and ripping tarps off roofs and making a lot of noise and mess. Then the rain began. Oh perfect. It was a night where the dogs were scared, so they were all in bed with us, and the noise level didn't allow for much sleeping. I think I finally got to sleep around 1-2am and was up by 6:30. I feel like crap. I'm not good on little sleep. I'm trying to decide right now if I should go to the 8 or 9 am WOD. I'm thinking 9, just so I can have another cup of coffee and try to become a little more human.

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