Day 19-21: The devil drinks Tuaca

Words of wisdom…Day 19 brought a premiere party for some indie movie about bullets and drugs? I dunno, I fell asleep on the advanced copy when my friend played it last month. Needless to say, there was no countdown activity that day. I think it had something to do with Tuaca Lemon Drop Martinis.

Day 20: At least I was super active. I started the day at a farmer’s market, then off to a fall festival where my company had a booth (without a tent so of course me and my coworker were a bit angered because of the sun), a bit part in a silly dinner theatre fundraiser and capped the night off visiting with a soap star. Really! I live a strange life sometimes. And it seems like the more I do things, the more people expect of me on a daily basis which can be a combination of challenging, flattering and annoying. Plus it all comes with the fact that I had no time for myself when I got home. So me and the PRECOR didn’t bond on Day 20.

But Day 21, I got in there. I will admit to not staying 40 minutes as my virtual trainers Stiletto and The Anti-socialist have recommended. Instead I stayed 30. But I was just happy I was there finally and sweating, breathing hard and slightly sore.

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7 responses to this post.

  1. “The better you do, the more they expect”

    So very true. To quote Spider-Man: With great power comes great responsibility. Of course, the inverse is true as well. With no power comes no responsibility. It’s the slackers motto.

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  2. “With no power comes no responsibility. It’s the slackers motto.”

    Oh I wish I would have thought of that when my dictator mother [who had all the power in the family] would yell at me to get up and do something!

    Now, now, AJJ – don’t be too hard on yourself. Thirty is clearly better than nothing.

    {{{Ears perking}}} Soap star? Sigh. I suppose…no link either…not even a hint?

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  3. PS The devil does not drink Tuaca. An angel drinks Tuaca. The devil makes her do it!

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  4. Hey Stiletto. This one I’ll dish on. I met Natalie from One Life to Live. Do you watch it? And the devil made me drink that and Sambuca last week…

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  5. I think I am familiar with Natalie but only because One Life to Live was part of the daytime lineup on the Armed Forces Network. I used to watch it even though it was a year behind.

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  6. Oh scratch that. I just googled her and guess what? I’ve no clue who she is. But I am familiar with the Buchanen (sp?) clan.

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