Nip/Tuck's soundtrack is playing in the background on a night that might see me turn in before 2am. That I am listening to the show's soundtrack is a testament to how much I enjoy the show. Heretofore unknown to me, something about dysfunctional situations demands my attention. What did they say about caving in to natural instincts? "Feeding the beast", if I remember correctly!
I am finding it hard to go to bed these days, primarily because of the sudden change in season and episodes of Nip Tuck/House/Heroes/Prison Break... I expected Winter to set in but not at the pace it has in Seattle this year. We had 70 degree days only a few weeks ago; contrast this fact with the current temperature - approximately 35 degrees!
The lack of a real muse has whittled down the number of times I get on my soapbox. Glorifying the inconsequential (even petty) events in my life isn't fulfilling at this point. This blog did start out as a way for me to look back in time and view my life through a wider periscope. Nothing provides perspective like experience (age too) but would I like to remember a squash game I played or a trifling argument I had?
To continue on as if the previous paragraph didn't happen - that would make me a trooper, right? The effects of the circuit training might not be visible yet but I definitely feel stronger in the gym. The increased agility and burstiness around the squash court can also be attributed to the intense training and plyometric drills. Even if there aren't any visible changes after a few months, that I could do 90lb bicep curls last evening is reason enough for me to continue down the circuit training path!
The rest of the week looks promising from both a work and social stand-point. But if I have to "Carpe" tomorrow, it's time for me to call it a night *now*. Peace out!