Took my first exercise class this semester. It's an emeritus class so everyone is over 50... and the class is not supposed to be too strenuous. Well, I want to say that it wasn't, not really... but still I was huffin' and puffin'... so I'm guessing that I'm a bit out of shape. It's for an hour and 15 mins over at the college. By the time it was over, I was thinking... OK, I must be getting old as none of this should have been difficult - but it was - a bit.
Unrelated Question: Do any of you out there wash your bottles of bottled water? I've always washed the tops of canned foods before opening the can, yet never thought to wash our bottled water. And I've known that canned goods (as well as bottled goods) stand around in warehouses that probably have rats and other rodents and insects crawling around. After seeing on Facebook a nest of baby mice (or rats) in a plastic wrapped case of bottled water, I thought... OMG, why haven't I realized that? Anyway, I now wash my bottled water... gallons as well as individual bottles. Just wanted to pass this on.
Caught Ghost and Rose off guard today. Ghost had just sat up from a nap and I stuck my camera in her face. This is what I got:
and then I found these 2 posters on Pinterest that made me laugh:
Have a great week!