Enough is probably enough

Food Trucks Friday night at the pop up promenade It's Sunday morning, I've been up since around 5:30am not because I have to be anywhere, but because that's when my natural clock thinks it's time to be awake.

This weekend has been jammed packed with wonderful things.

Friday night was my first trip to the pop up promenade, have you been yet?  If not you really need to go.  Fun music playing, a beer garden, great people and yummy food.  Down town Greensboro is where it's at!!!

Hit the spot

Saturday Morning I cleaned the studio top to bottom, then I went out to teach a rock'in class at the Lululemon on State St.!!  Have you been over to their showroom yet?  If not seriously get over there.  Lululemon is fantastic for the yoga community in Greensboro, their cloths are perfect for yoga, running and riding and their staff collectively and individually are beyond AWESOME! Not to mention every saturday morning they have a free community class from 10-11am.  You can catch a class with a different teacher every week.

After teaching I popped into the shop next store to Lululemon (I can't remember its name, but please check them out!)  for a little shopping and I found these earrings with matching necklace...

Elephant earrings!!!

I cleaned my room and then I was off to teach a private lesson at the studio! After the lesson I grabbed a little dinner from the fresh market and made my way over to a house-warming party!  So fun.

This morning when I woke up I knew I was spent.  I suppose we really only do have so much energy and we need to be mindful of where we spend that energy.  Never the less, I loaded my bike into my car and carefully packed a water bottle, bike clothes and clothes to change into after the ride.  The plan was to ride with some lovely ladies from studio after my morning power flow class. I taught power flow, unloaded my bike, unloaded my clothes.  Changed into bike clothes only to realize I hadn't packed my bike shoes.

I've had a great weekend, but once again I feel like I've been run over by a mac truck and I took the missing bike shoes as a sign that enough was enough. I sent my friends on their way for what will probably be a fantastic ride on a gorgeous day.  Yes, I'm sure I'm missing an opportunity to get stronger on the bike. I'm missing an opportunity to spend time out in the sun on my bike and chat with friends.  All of that said I think everyone needs a day in sweats to do nothing.  Enough is enough and I'm taking a rest, bring on the sweat pants and possibly a beer or two :)