Gleeful Wednesday

16 Nov

This morning, despite another night of funfetti cookie madness, I took my butt over to the gym and hopped on the treadmill.  I set out to complete a 40 minute workout, incorporating some hills, and ended up with something that looked like this:

The hills were a bit tough this morning (again, I’ll blame the cookies), and my first set included some walking.  About every minute on the 7-8 inclines, I did 20 seconds of walking but didn’t pay attention to the times.  So just view the above as a general idea of my workout, with some extra walk breaks thrown in 🙂  I ended up covering 4 miles, and was really feeling great at the end.  I haven’t even craved a cookie yet today, which just goes to show that when you’re treating your body well it actually craves healthy things!

My meals today haven’t been too exciting: a bowl of cereal and a frozen lunch, so rather than spend a bunch of time on those, I thought I’d do a little review of last night’s episode of Glee.

First things first.  I have had just about enough of Quinn’s antics.  First she got knocked up by someone other than her boyfriend, then she lied about it, then she had a kid and didn’t mention it for an entire season, and now she’s plotting to get it back by tricking child protective services.  This chick needs to relocate to another school.  I can’t deal with one more bad story arc.  I just can’t!

Izzie’s a stylish lady.  She knows what she’s talkin’ about!


I’m sorry – I get that booties are stylish.  I’ve even worn them myself.  But the string of dress/tight/bootie combos really makes me angry.  If they’re going to insist on keeping her whiny character on the show, they should at least get her back in a Cheerios uniform.

Ok.  Phew.  Now that my Quinn rant is over, I’ll move on to what I adored about last night’s episode.  The troubletones’ mashup.

Adele’s “Someone Like You” is basically played on repeat on all the radio stations around here.  Since I spend a lot of time in my car, I typically turn the radio off upon hearing the first notes of this song.  It’s good, but it is just played.out.  So, when Mercedes announced that she wanted to do an Adele mashup, I cried a little inside.

Thankfully, they did not disappoint!  This is one of my favorite numbers ever done on the show, and thanks to it I ended last night’s episode with a smile on my face 🙂

Happy Wednesday!



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