Day 85

My ashtanga Yoga is hard! We took a little detour from Yoga these past few weeks but we did it last night and I was surprised to find improvement! My balance is horrible but I was able to hold moves longer and go deeper. It felt sooooo good.

Yesterday we started our last recovery week! I can't believe it! The countdown is ON! If Jeremy and I could make it 90 days, anyone can, I truly believe that. We have all the excuses most people have, kids, work, church, activities, etc. and we have done it. So, it can be done. The only thing is that while Jeremy did get sick there for a few days, we really didn't suffer a bad winter with illness. Our boys have only had the sniffles here and there so we are very blessed in that regard. I know a lot of you out there have had to deal with illness during P90X and that is one obstacle you just can't get around.

Looking forward to the snow melting and Spring finally settling in. We had a wonderful day yesterday playing and well, getting stuck on some county road in a huge snowdrift. Thanks Jeremy. The boys thought it was some big adventure and I was well, let's just say, not happy. I was clearly outnumbered though by boys who thought it was the coolest thing to have a huge tractor clearing roads have to pull us out. Oh well.

I guess that's it... gotta get ready for church and Core Syn later! Have a great day everyone!


  1. Ditto on the 90 days! I haven't done 90 days worth of hard working out since...well...highschool! Wow...that was a long time ago.

    Busting snow drifts was awesome...Just bit off a bit more than the Rubicon could chew. Ooops.

  2. Just like boys to think having to be pulled out by a tractor is Cool! he he
    My son (and hubby for that matter) probably would have been having a blast!
    So you got snow there too huh? ya, it looked like a BLIZZARD here!
    Hooray for feeling stronger and better about Yoga. I don't do it very often either...but when I do, I always feel stronger and like I've improved! yay!

  3. So glad to hear that I'm not the only one finding these final days to be somewhat tough. The 'two week notice' analogy is a great description.