Naps are a truly wonderful thing.
Growing your hair out is a very large pain, especially if you look terrible in a baseball hat.
A: I am ALWAYS growing my hair out.
B: I look terrible in a baseball hat.
My husband adores speaker-phone. I abhor speaker-phone.
Bike rides on a beautiful sunny day are good for the soul.
Did you know that you can make a perfect omelette every time without fail if you place two beaten eggs and any fillings you want (cheese, veggies, cooked sausage, etc.) in a quart size ziploc bag, place the bag in a pot of boiling water, boil for 12 minutes, and ,voila!, the perfect omelette. Really, it works, go try it!
Why are there overweight personal trainers? It seems to me that anyone that chooses that profession is someone who inherently loves working out 24/7 and eating nothing but celery, but apparently not. What is even more perplexing to me, however, is why anyone would hire an overweight trainer for $70, $80, $100 or more an hour to tell them how not to be overweight. It is one of life's great mysteries.
Yoga is one of my new favorite things. The last time I was in class I even did "The Crow" granted it was only for about 5 seconds and not 5 minutes like the instructor or the 50 year old guy with the ponytail, but still I did it!
"Mean people suck." Stolen from a bumper sticker I admit, but a more profound statement you would be hard pressed to find.
Blasting your favorite "old school" song on your iPod, singing at the top of your lungs, and dancing your feet off is also good for the soul.
I saw a print commercial (in a woman's magazine) for the Wii gaming system that seemed to be implying that it was a good workout. Does anyone else think this may be just a little bit of a stretch? Granted it is tons of fun, and if you are really into it, I could see breaking a sweat, but a workout?
Being loved by a child is a heady experience.
Have a lovely Monday. If you have any "random musings" you would care to share, I would love to hear 'em.