Ever feel like you are intentionally being ignored? From most people I just don't give a damn, but when the ignoring cold shoulder is coming from a very dear friend it hurts. I don't like the feeling that I get from it at all, and over having differing views regarding the health care insurance reform no less. I said my thoughts on it, I backed it up with credible information and then I backed away so that we didn't argue an say things that would later be regretted. But by standing up for my thoughts and for saying hey fact check before you get riled up and post fear mongering lies I could possibly lose one of the best friends I have ever had. You know the kind of friend that no matter how much time or distance passes between you, you can pick up a conversation right were you left off at? The kind where you don't have to talk because you are such kindred spirits that words are superfluous. That's what makes it that much harder, that one disagreement would put a rift between us and end it. I wish I was just imagining it, that it was all in my head and I am just being selfish and self centered (hey it's been known to happen before!) but I don't think it's the case. I never would have pegged her for the passive aggressive cold shoulder giver.
New topic, that was depressing. I got up and did the Buns of Envy workout today. Um, yeah. I said I wanted a challenge and I found it. This one literally kicked my ass. When it was over I was too nauseous to even have my after workout snack like I always do. Poor Pixie (who so sweetly went and got the snack for me when she saw I was done) was surprise when I turned down the treat she brought. It took me about 20 minutes to recuperate before I could even think about getting in the tub! I am still feeling it and I just know tomorrow I will wake up with some very sore legs and buns. Which means I will likely work on my arms or abs tomorrow and let my poor legs have a break. And that P90x might really be a bad idea if a 20 minute bun workout laid me out lol