I hope you are reading this from the comfort of your couch, in sweatpants, with a cup of coffee … because that’s how I plan to spend my day.
I have the day off, thanks to Good Friday, and it’s gonna be a me kind of day.
I think I’ll start the day off with a workout, although at home, because THE GYM IS CLOSED TODAY. Ugh. That bugs me, but I suppose everyone needs a holiday. I’m just incredibly selfish hahaha. So I guess I’ll do something in my living room … I just haven’t decided what that’s going to be yet. I need to do something active, I do know that. I’ve got a bit of a sugar hangover, thanks to these guys:
I played floor hockey with a bunch of my (much older, much more aggressive) coworkers last night, but I’m still feeling the need to get active today.
Other than some exercise (most likely in the nastiest clothes I own – ahhh the wardrobe involved in a home workout), I’m going to do a whole heck of a lot of kickin’ back. I’m pretty sure a Dexter marathon is going to happen. I’ll probably read this:
I’ve planned to do my nails with one of my favorite products in the whole wide world:
Have you ever used Sally Hansen Salon Effects nail polish strips? Miss Hansen and her crew of beauty people are brilliant. Just stick the strips onto your nails, file to the shape of your nail, and end up looking all fancy. Love them.
So that’s the plan. A bunch of nail doin’, magazine readin’, and Dexter watchin’. I think I’ll probably head to my parents house (Easter dinner is there this weekend) after the couch potato marathon and then continue being incredibly lazy there. Plus, the Masters are on. Oh I didn’t tell you? I’m secretly a 65-year-old man who has a secret love for watching golf. Nobody my age (or a lot of ages, for that matter) understands why I like it. To be honest, neither do I.
So that is going to happen for hours on end as well. I love long weekends when I have the least amount of plans possible
It’s gonna be a good day, and a fabulous weekend! How are you spending Good Friday (I hope you have the day off, or at least a half day), and what are your plans for Easter?