From dilbert.com. Thanks to James P. for posting another great link on FB. This happens when Mike talks about programming - I have a brainstem response to his cross-industry-portable skills...oh baby...
3 rounds for time of:
21 thrusters 55#
30 kettlebell swings 16kg
Did it as Rx'd! My time: 21:10. Slow, but I know that I pushed as hard as I could. I wanted to puke the entire time. And I don't even care that it was slow because this was one of my first workouts done as prescribed. I've done prescribed weight before, but there's usually pull-ups or something else I have to scale. So, to answer an earlier question that I couldn't answer at the time, yes, I'm very pleased with this.
For a while now, I have inexplicably been wanting an Amazon Kindle. Now I know why - it's essentially the Hitchhiker's Guide! Does anyone else love Douglas Adams? If so, don't you want a Kindle that says Don't Panic?
I have so much knitting going on and lots to catch up on. Need to get the camera out and do an update tomorrow. But for today, some lists:
RFO's (recently finished objects)
- picot-edge socks in pinky-orange Dream in Color Smooshy
- undyed Adamas shawl (but not blocked yet)
- undyed alpaca sinful ribbed scarf
- blue Branching Out scarf (needs to be blocked)
- stripey socks (one finished)
- twisted rib socks designed by a certain white carpet/red wine victim (so pretty! more on these soon!)
- pom pom peds for blog contest winner June (1.5 finished)
- longways stripey woven stitch scarf in cotton-linen
- FCF hats for Steve and Jim K.
- some kind of big blanket, maybe Totally Autumn, maybe something log cabin-y
- Hmm, don't know what else - there's a lot floating around in my mind