Spin-a-what? Spin-a-thon basically was 3 hours of spinning class. 4 instructors, 45 minutes each. I didn’t intend on staying for the whole event but by the time I got halfway through, I figured I might as well stay and finish what I started. We did jumps, hill climbs, sprints, and anything else the instructors could think of. I was a sweaty mess by the end of it and I know my legs will be yelling back at me tomorrow, but I felt good doing it. Who knew that I could be an endurance athlete? I hope they decide to offer this again because I will definitely be back for another butt kicking!
More importantly, I made it up and back to see Evan in one piece. I had to drive home in a pretty heavy snowstorm yesterday but it was definitely worth all the driving. He’s only been gone for 2 weeks but I missed the heck out of him. He won’t be coming home until next weekend and I already can’t wait to see him. I don’t know how I’m going to manage this deployment. I don’t even want to think about. I hope our traveling paid off. My chart looks good but that unfortunately doesn’t mean anything. Keep those prayers coming for a BFP! I know I’m praying and praying and praying every day for this to finally be our month.
I don’t really have any other exciting plans for the weekend. Tomorrow starts my final week of Biology and Biology Lab. The class has been a lot of work and I’m so glad that it’s almost finished. I’ll have one week off and then I start my next undergraduate class – Geography. I hope the workload is less than Biology because I have so much to do for my education classes. Classroom observations start soon so I’m going to have even less free time than before. I have to complete 28 hours – hoping to be able to split it up over 5 or 6 days to get it out of the way. I’d rather spend longer days in the classroom to get it finished faster. I suppose I should stop the procrastinating and get back to homework. The discussion boards await me.