Yesterday two readers reminded me why l love blogging.
Karen, clad in a super cute lululemon outfit, came up to say hello at the gym and said, “I recognized you instantly.” I responded, “it must be my green workout pants.” Of course it was! She then went on to explain how she just moved from NYC. There was something about her that I clci
My new friend Margaret Ellen (above) has been reading for a few weeks now and loves to comment on the blog when we get together. She was all over that zit post! She said, “your face looks much better now than it did in that picture. Wow.” Yeah…it was pretty bad. And the worst part is that now it’s spreading to my chin :(
Anyway, your comments and enthusiasm make me glad I’m able to keep up with the blog. Thanks for always saying hello and staying in touch.
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I’m not going to draw this story out. The basic facts are shocking enough.
Went to donate a big pile of clothes to Goodwill.
Drove to get coffee three minutes away.
Noticed I didn’t have my purse and realized I left it at Goodwill (under the pile of clothes.)
Returned to Goodwill and asked politely if I had left it there.
They questioned what I was talking about. I described the bag and they said, “Oh, we thought you were donating it.”
MY PURSE! With my FULL wallet, makeup, sunglasses case, a CLICK bag, coupons, a bag of nuts, pens…
Wait, it gets better.
They CUT UP my ID and credit cards!!!! Into little tiny pieces!!!!
Within 5 minutes of me leaving my purse they had sorted through the whole thing, trashed a $35 lip gloss and $40 tube of perfume, and cut up my ID and credit cards. 5 minutes!!!!! Of course the $20 cash that was in my wallet was no where to be found. It didn’t even occur to them that I might return for all of my personal belongings.
I salvaged most of my stuff from the trash (yuck!) and proceeded to give them a piece of my mind. I couldn’t control myself. How stupid can you be?! But what can be done about it? Nothing. Unbelievable to me how ignorant and thoughtless people can be.
Anyway, Bank of America gave me a temporary debit card after a full-on identity check so I’m not stranded. But the ID. Ugh, that really hurts. Hopefully I can just order one online.
Hope your day is going better than mine.Tweet this!
…on the blog.
This weekend was a whirlwind for me. I started Saturday with yoga but then busted my balls for the rest of it.
Then there was Sunday. Omgoodness.
I woke up at 6:40 to get some work done before a light workout and teaching spin class. Then I played 9 holes of the most frustrating golf…in the rain! On the course I was called in to teach ANOTHER spin class. Thankfully, my church is super casual so I could attend as a sweaty mess. I really needed to feel that energy and realign my mind. Then, I raced home to wash up, go out, and play match-maker at dinner. What a day!
Today I have multiple meetings and then am going to teach 3, yes 3, spin classes tonight. I haven’t done that in 5 years! The only reason I ever did was due to the fact I was in tip top shape and spending the summer in the Hamptons with nothing to do. Today I just fell into it.
I’m excited to take on the cardio challenge honestly. I’ll bring bananas to fuel up between classes.
Now, I just have to get through my meetings and make a kick as mix.
Sorry to leave you here without some fitness tips. Tomorrow I’ll be back with some pretty interesting Prada news I learned last week.
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With Geoffrey Zacharian, judge on Food Network’s Chopped
At Prada luncheon w/Sak’s Prada Manager Brian
Wine tasting at Smith and Wollensky with Julie
On the streets of Mexico City
With Renee at Frida Kahlo’s house in Mexico City
They’re all terrible!
I’ve never been photogenic. For a while, I could strike a good pose to flatter my features.
Now, I’m just standing there saying “cheese” and hoping for the best. Obviously that’s not going so well.
Maybe I’ll do more video. Or call Julia. She always put me in my place….in front of the camera ;)Tweet this!
Working on a Powerpoint, watching power plays (Roll Tide!), trying not to take a power nap.Tweet this!
I can’t explain it….
It’s hotter than Hades outside; I’m sweating profusely (thankfully my head-to-toe Nike outfit shows no signs of it), and, since this is golf, of course I’m frustrated to the point of cursing because my swing is inconsistent.
And since this is golf, I’m loving every minute of it.
Just doesn’t make sense to me.
I’m calling this the “hooker” edition because most of my shots hook left.
When I set up to the ball, a million thoughts are going through my head. Golf is such a technical sport; there are so many details to remember. The only thing consistent in the whole process is the finish in which the ball goes left. Every time I change my grip and the position of the club, but ooooh, my body is too smart for that.
Anyway, this is my way of saying I’m still loving golf. I’ve played one full round (well, ALMOST) of 18 holes and looking forward to another soon. What I want most at this point is just to have a consistent swing that’s my own.
BTW, anyone watching the PGA Championship this weekend? Much more interesting now that I play. After only a day, you gotta feel for Tiger and Rory. Don’t worry, I’m not going to bore you with golf details.
Whatever your plans, I hope you have a wonderful weekend!Tweet this!