January 04, 2005

Gratuitous Quality of Life Posting

What with the New Year and all, I've made a couple of adjustments to my life that (I hope) will have some beneficial impact.

First, I managed to secure a reserved parking spot at my Metro station. (I had actually submitted an application a year and a half ago, been placed on the waiting list, and promptly forgot all about it.) This means that I no longer have to get up at 5:15 in order to be sure that I'll get a spot and that on those days when I feel like sleeping a bit late I can do so without having to work out an elaborate drop off/pick up schedule with the Butcher's Wife.

Second, I'm joining the gym in my building. While I used to be something of an exercise fanatic (indeed, I believe I'm an endorphin junky), the past year or so I simply have not had the energy to work out after the long commute home and dealing with the kids. Now I can get my fix in during lunch.

With any luck, a month or two of these new regimes will see a more energetic and focused self. Whether it improves the quality of my blogging....well, you can't have everything.

Posted by Robert at January 4, 2005 02:31 PM

You.... have a Metro parking spot? Now, the Franconia Station has millions of them reserved spots, only 8 of which are taken at any point in time. But, woe unto him who parketh there without the requisite badge. While I, however, do not need to enter Marion-BarryWorld, (Instead being trapped in Moron-country. Er, Moran. Close enough for Government work. President, they get right. Anti-Semitic sleaze, well, send that right back to the Capitol. Gets him out of here for a few hours a month, I guess.), I still respect (and envy, lets not forget that) that you have a Metro Parking Spot. :)

Posted by: Lysander at January 4, 2005 04:13 PM

O.K. So, I tried to continue reading past "The Butcher's Wife" but for some reason, and I know you have said it before, it just made me giggle.

O.K. will now finish the reading the Gratuitous Quality of Life Post (I know mine has been made better just by reading "The Butcher's Wife"...)

P.S. Just noticed myself on the Cold Llama Pizza menu. Awwww, thanks, Steve.

Posted by: Rae at January 6, 2005 01:42 AM
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