I was just exhausted last night. I managed to grab some chicken from the crock-pot and some broccoli (which I ate with my fingers) as I packed my stuff for today, but that was it - I fell into bed and conked out.
Today, I thought things were going a little better. I got to sleep in a little since I wasn't riding with hubby, and he took the dog for a walk since he was going in a little later. Unfortunately, once I did get out of the house I realized I had left my lunch at home :| I had a moment when I thought about turning around and heading back, but it was late and I didn't want to hassle with it.
So, I drove to the gym, did a killer back workout, changed and hit the pool for my first swim in a long long long time. I swam for almost 30 minutes and did 1200 yards. It's a little shorter then the 1640yards I'll need to finish an olympic distance tri and and way short of the 2112 yards to finish the Half Iron Tri I'm doing in August. (August!! GLUP!) But, it was an excellent start and I felt great. In fact, I stopped because of time, not fatigue. (if only running was this easy!)
So, I finished up my workout at about 10AM and was STARVING! I hadn't eaten yet because I like to workout on an empty stomach, and I didn't have any food with me because I had left all my stuff at home - so I found a nearby Safeway and picked up a variety of things to keep at work that'll see me through any emergencies. Easy to store, won't spoil, and MF friendly. Once I was done shopping, I gathered up my bags and threw them into the back of my car, grabbing a cheese stick to munch on - cause I was STARVING. Thing is, the cheese stick in my hand distracted me from the fact that my keys were NOT in my hand and my car has this lovely feature where in if you only open the back, when you close the back, it locks itself again. Yeah...
So, here I was, running late, STARVING and locked out of my car. Luckily I still had my phone in my hand, and luckily I had signed up for road side assistance just a few months ago. A call to my phone company to get the road side assistance number (since the card was in my purse, locked inside the car) and help was on it's way.
Still the stress, frustration and worry got to me just a little - not to mention the hunger. I ate breakfast/lunch when I finally got to work at 12:00 and may have overdone it just a smidgen. Dunno yet as I broke my rule and ate before logging.
Overall, I'm not too unhappy. I work for a place that doesn't care that I came in at noon as long as I get my work done. I got both my planned workouts in today and I have OP food here to eat. Getting my keys out didn't cost me a huge wack of money, and I'm no longer STARVING. It could be worse I suppose, but I don't need to find that out... really! I know these stressful times are only teaching me good lessons about handling life without a food crutch, but I'd like a little break now, please!