It came. It finally came. I had been waiting for a couple of weeks and when I got the confirmation email saying it had been shipped, I was even more excited. Then I started thinking about all these really great poses I would do to show you. Naturally I settled on a jumping photo. Those are the best. Just look up at my header for goodness sakes. I knew I would need some help with the photography aspect, so I asked my non-photographer husband. This is what I got.
Good idea. Poor necessities. Like a camera equipped to handle the intense action that my jumps bring. Like a husband with the photography skills parallel to my sister. Let’s face it: I need SCP. And a new camera. Not a new husband though. I’m keeping him. Lack of photography skills, toothpaste fails, and all. I had to resort to a self-portrait just to show you what came to my door yesterday.
My Team Roxie shirt! This shirt totally ROCKS! (Pun intended.) It’s really cute (black and pink is my favorite color combo), it’s super soft (I would have slept in it if I hadn’t planned on wearing it today), and most importantly: it supports an amazing little girl and unbelievable family. If you are unfamiliar with the Team Roxie story, please get yourself up to date by reading this now. And if you want to ROCK the shirt (you should), go here now.
My morning workout entailed legs day number two for the week:
Week 7 Day 5: Legs
- Leg Extensions (warm up): 2 sets of 15 reps (60 pounds)
- Wide Stance Barbell Squat: 6 sets of 8 reps (80 pounds)
- Seated Leg Curl: 4 sets of 8 reps (70 pounds)
- One Leg Barbell Squat: 4 setes of 8 reps (40 pounds)
- Barbell Lunge: 3 sets of 20 reps (40pounds)
- Seated Calf Raise: 3 sets of 20 reps (135 pounds)
- Standing Calf Raise: 3 sets of 20 reps (80 pounds)
Now I’m off to finish my breakfast, take a shower, and put my Team Roxie shirt back on. Yes, I put it on right from the box yesterday just to take a picture in it. Yes, I’m wearing it without washing it first. Sorry I’m not sorry.