24 Hours of Exhausting Bliss, Walking the Plank
- Mar 2nd, 2012 at 10:08PM
Wednesday February 29th, 2012
700pm: Phone call confirmation that the freaks are loading the bus and heading for the bushes. 12 inches of pow in the forecast.
630pm-900pm: Wife signs permission slip. Mad gear and food prep.
9pm: Freaks load the bus and head for the hills.
11pm: Arrive at cabin in the Maine woods. No heat. But there is cable television and they have the NBA package.
Thursday March 1st, 2012
1am: Pass out watching LA Lakers put the hurt on the Minnesota Twolves. Minnesota buddy (Dr. Ted) not sad, but sleeping.
630am: Wake up time. Crushing snow outside. Pre-powder high beginning.
700am-830am: Yoga followed by PCP Breakfast.
900am-230pm: Mad Shreddin'.
400pm: The dread of waking up at 5am Friday morning and completing the PCP regime (4 sets of PLANKS! x 60 secs aka Walkin' the Plank) sets in.
430pm: Return back to the castle. Mad shovelin'. The east coast has had such little snow this year. I forgot how heavy snow can be, particularly with a tired body-mind.
530pm-630pm: PCP workout. I felt great until I got to the abs. Shimmy shimmy body quake. Tired. So tired. Busted out 8 minute abs anyway.
700pm: My wife tries to play the 8 minute Abs Theme Song on the piano. It turns out a lot more like Paul Simon's, You Can Call me Al. I laugh then hit the shower.
To quote famed rapper turned less-famous actor, Ice Cube, Today was a good day!