I can’t help but be depressed every Sunday night and Monday morning. It’s the same feeling every week. After Monday is over, I am back in the groove, the week flys by, and the weekend, and it starts all over again. It’s a viscious cycle. That’s why I need things to look forward to. Thankfully, this summer I have a lot! I have two weddings (one of which I am a bridesmaid in), a bachelorette party in St. John’s, DMB Caravan in August, and hopefully the Healthy Living Summit if I can get tickets. They go on sale tonight at 8pm. Who else is going? 🙂
Yesterday I attended a Bridal shower of the second wedding I have this summer. It is one of Joe’s best friends, so he is in the bridal party for that wedding. It was a really beautiful shower and the cake was absolutely amazing!
The guys all went to see Hangover 2 while we were at the shower, so I just met Joe at home afterwards. We did our usual Sunday routine: ordered pizza and hung out on the couch watching TV. I made him watch Eat Pray Love. I’ve seen it but I just love looking at the food and the scenery in it. I know he wasn’t super excited about watching it initially, but I could tell he secretly liked it! Some red wine was also enjoyed.
Monday mornings are always hard after a day filled with glutonous eating. Joe had to go into work early this morning so he woke his butt up with me at 5:20 and we hit the gym. We both completed abs and 45 minutes on the treadmill (running and incline walking intervals). I made a quick smoothie to go since somehow I am always late when we are trying to get ready at the same time. But, he also drove me to the train this morning which was nice!
I marinated chicken in olive oil, balsamic vinegar, truffle salt, pepper, garlic, and lemon overnight Saturday and grilled it up yesterday after the shower. I portioned it out with some brussel sprouts and bulgur wheat that I cooked up to make lunch for more than 1 day this week. Woo hoo!
I am already over Monday. I have to take my bridesmaids dress to get fitted after work, and then hang out at the restaurant (and have some dinner) while I wait for Joe to get out of work.