Today began with a strength workout from Tina’s Best Body Boot Camp plan that, yet again, incorporated five minute spurts of cardio in between supersets.
Though I stuck to the treadmill for most of the cardio, I did the mini five minute circuit from yesterday’s Beat Boredom Interval Workout as one of the quick cardio pick-me-ups and was quite humbled. That little circuit kills me!
When Ryan and I arrive home from the gym every morning, we like to ambush Sadie. She’s typically sprawled out on our bed in her sleepy morning glory, and we love running into the bedroom and watching her continue to lay there, but with her tail rapidly beating against the bed sheets.
Ryan headed into the bedroom ahead of me today calling out, “Hey there sexy beast!”
Um, what? Sexy beast?
“What did you just call her?” I asked.
I laughed, explaining that I thought he called our dog a sexy beast. Admittedly, we’re a little obsessed with Sadie, but I think referring to your dog as a sexy beast is a line even we aren’t willing to cross.
Although, if we polled the male dogs from the Baldwin Park dog park, I think we would find that we do, in fact, have a sexy beast on our hands.
Breakfast this morning began with a hot mug of coffee.
My main meal included scrambled eggs made with a splash of milk, shredded cheese, onion, leftover roasted cauliflower and avocado.
Avocado made this bowl of basic scrambled eggs feel extra special.
Question of the Morning
- Do you have any unusual nicknames for your pet?
Sadie has a million nicknames, though Sexy Beast is not one of them. Off the top of my head, we call her Pooper, Poops, Sadie Baby, Princess, Wiggle Worm, Sadie Girl, Sades, Crazy Lady, Love Machine… the list goes on and on.