All posts tagged treadmill
Posted by Jill on February 4, 2014
Posted by Jill on January 27, 2014
A refresher: Jeans + capri pants = japris
Jogging in japris has been made famous by my denim-jogging friend, Danny, at the Sulphur Springs 5K and highlighted in this post. Oddly, we are seeing more and more of them at the gym:
The “+ More”
The great thing about not letting many people in my “real” world know about this site is that I can talk about vaginas and not worry about my mom all being all [gasp!] and clutching her chest.
Vaginas have been a recent theme for me.
1. I went for my annual gynecologist visit and a new doctor was added to the practice (the last one).
2. I looked at one of my favorite sweaters and noticed that there is a vagina on it. See it?
It is now my absolute favorite sweater.
Any good vagina stories you want to share? Just kidding, I don’t want to hear about your vagina.
Posted by Jill on December 15, 2013
The “+ More”
Can we talk TV for a minute? Specifically, Mad Men? Who watches? I finished the first season last weekend and feel very ‘meh’ about it. The IMDB ratings are high and it wins awards every time I turn around, so part of me is saying, “Hang on and give it a little more time.” But the other part of me knows that if I cross into season 2, I am committed until the end. Does it get better? Opinions appreciated.
Posted by Jill on December 3, 2013
It’s not a real party at the gym until the guy who works out in jeans shows up on the treadmill in front of you.
Posted by Jill on December 1, 2013
…the jorts I wear will be short.
I’m old and have huge quads (yes, I squat, A LOT), but I don’t care. The less denim touching me, the better.
No way will I be like this guy:
Or this guy:
*A BIG if.
Posted by Jill on July 19, 2013
A side note: Is this a thing again? If so, I am slightly bothered by the fact that I have witnessed a complete fashion cycle. I bleached my jeans in high school.
Posted by Jill on July 5, 2013
Posted by Jill on June 17, 2013
Okay. I have no idea what that means but I wanted to use it.
Love ya, Dave. I’ll say it again: You need to write more.
Posted by Jill on May 3, 2013