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I had a fantastic workout tonight. I remembered how to do my chi gung properly, which meant that I finished with more energy than I started with. The weight I put on over the past couple weeks decided to fall off today (it likely will be back late, but it made me feel good today)

After showering and changing, I went outside. AND IT WAS SNOWING! I was very happy. Then the post-workout endorphins hit. And kept coming in waves all the way home. I drove through light traffic (a first this week), dancing in my seat, with a grin from ear to ear. I cannot describe how good the endorphin rush is. If every workout made me feel that way, I'd be going to the gym every available moment. Better than any drug I've ever tried.

Upon getting home, I did some impromptu fridge repair, and whipped up a simple healthy dinner. Then, neeuqdrazil came home, and there was the cuddling.

I declare tonight a success.


( 4 comments — Leave a comment )
Nov. 17th, 2005 03:50 am (UTC)
What?! And I missed it?!
Nov. 17th, 2005 04:13 am (UTC)
SNOW! Don't worry, there will be more, soon!
Nov. 17th, 2005 07:53 am (UTC)
Ooh I saw it!!! We had a small amount of flakage!!! :D

Which then inspired my snowflake cookies. (:

BTW, we're having internet issues of a sort. We suspect the router, but wanted to consult a guru, such as yourself. Just didn't want to run out and buy a new one (eep) if it was unnecessary...
When this started, only one (of the many) ports in the router seemed to be having a problem linking up to Badger's computer (no light, no internet). However, StB's just went down a few minutes ago, making the router look more suspicious, and now only mine seems to be functioning. Are we right to suspect the router, or could something more sinister (or less) be at work?
Nov. 17th, 2005 02:04 pm (UTC)
The router would be my first guess, if the port lights aren't coming on at either end. If you're getting the port lights coming on, then it could be a configuration issue or possibly something screwy with the DHCP server somewhere along the line. You might try shutting the router off, waiting a minute or so, then turning it back on to see if a reboot fixes anything.
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