In case you were wondering, I didn’t run the race yesterday.
Almost all of you said I should run it and I really tried to talk myself into it, but I just didn’t feel physically able to run.
When it comes down to it, my health is more important to me than running and I definitely do not regret skipping it. There are other races in the sea. (Like my next half this weekend.)
I am still super sick today. I went from a hacking cough/fatigue to a full blown head cold with sniffles, so I can’t imagine how I’d feel if I actually ran 13 miles.
I am exactly like Cameron when I’m sick. I think it’s the end of the world, I make whiney noises, and I give people puppy dog eyes until they feel sorry for me and give me treats. I probably shouldn’t be at work today.
Just before I got super sick on Friday, I went to see Breaking Dawn 2.
For me, it’s tied with Eclipse as the best movie in the series. I wasn’t expecting much since I hated Breaking Dawn 1 and New Moon, so I’m glad at least it ended on a high point. Plus, they finally gave RPattz a normal haircut in this one, so once you get rid of all the pasty white that is Edward, he looked pretty good.
Also, if I wasn’t sick, I wouldn’t have been able to discover this show on TBS.
That airs at 10:00pm on Saturday night, also known as the time no one watches TV unless you’re on your death bed and can’t sleep. It stars Brian Austin Green. (This picture hurts my eyes.)
And Michael from Lost.
Weird cast but it actually wasn’t that bad. That could also be the sickness talking. Probably the sickness.
Being sick also allowed me to finish season 4 of Sons of Anarchy. Oh yeah. Don’t think I’m done talking about that show anytime soon. Season 4 is important for many reasons.
Jax cuts his hair and looks hotter.
Tara gets bangs, becomes slightly less annoying, and we find out that she does in fact own teeth.
Whoa, tame that smile girl.
I loved season 4. Now I’m gonna have to find season 5 somewhere because this girl does not wait for Netflix.