Monday, April 9, 2012


I like Mondays.

There. I said it. Let the bashing begin.

My weekends are pretty random, though, and I never have a set schedule of how everything will go.

I like my schedule. Not going to lie.

So, that's why when Sunday evening rolls around, I get excited for the next morning.

Familiarity. Predictability.

Do I sound like I'm 80 years old yet? ;)

Trust me. I'm halfway there, at least.

Anyway, today wasn't quite so exciting... unless you count spending 5 hours (!!) in the kitchen. Ugh.

I think I washed dishes like 4 times. Not pleasant. Especially on my poor callouses.. Heavy deadlifts + heavy pinset deadlifts + pullups + multiple washings = ouch.

I did, however, whip up the most amazing meatloaf for myself in the midst of all my cooking and preparing food.

Turkey... beef... onions... green peppers... cayenne...

It was amazing!

I whipped it all together, threw in an egg, and put it in the oven for an hour at 350.

Perfection. :)

A few randoms, now, since my life just thrives on randominity... ;)

Another shot of our meatza's... bonus: pepperoni!

Hooray for 30-second, cheerleader hairdo's!

Isn't this sweet? I found this on my phone from awhile ago. :)

Hope you all have had a great Monday!

Ps. I live in my large collection of hoodies. True story. What's your wardrobe staple?


Shanz said...

LOL- working from home is easy on the wardrobe. For me its:
Morning pre-workout= workout clothes
Afternoon= jeans and a t-shirt

weekends are very similar except for Sunday- love it! :=)

Mariah said...

Hah, that's me exactly, Shanz! I jump right into my workout clothes in the morning and then finish up the day in jeans/t-shirt/hoodie.

When I do have something going on in the evenings or consultations, I'll put a little more effort in... but I'm pretty low key. :)

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