Aren’t we something? Going places and doing all sorts of things. Wears a body out just thinking about it. No, no bike ride this weekend, but we did sign up at a fitness club. Yup, both of us. Not that we’ll be working out together, but I already do 3 times a week and it will be fun to take a “spin” class together. Not fun in a “whee, that was fun!” kind of way, more like a “well if I have to sweat this much it’s nice to know the person I’m sweating next to” kind of way.
For those of you who don’t know a spin class is a kick your butt kind of class on exer cycles. So see, it’s biking indoors. Really fast and hard.
I’m kind of excited about it. Lots more machines to work out on and classes to do. whoo hoo! Fitness is fun! Well, it may not be fun, but it’s necessary for me. So I’m planning to make the most of it.
Then we had friends over on Saturday night. Always nice to stop for a while and just visit and catch up on things.
Sunday we went over to Woodstock IL for their Harvest Festival. Music was involved of course and we did do a short gig on the open mic stage.
It was a beautiful day to be outside enjoying music and friends.
Woodstock’s a very pretty town and they actually have a thriving musical community there that appreciates acoustic music. Since we have only come across this in the past couple of years I hope it continues for a long while. To think this has been going on so close to us for so long and we didn’t even know about it.
We ran into people we’ve met at other various jams and musical events and jammed with some folks we just met and had a overall good time. Found out about some other musical stuff coming up in the near future. Can’t wait. Makes you want to quit your jobs and just have fun all the time. Only problem is you wouldn’t be able to do many fun things without any cash, so I guess we’ll keep working during the week and fill the weekends up with fun till we can’t stand it any more. As a matter of fact we arrived home early evening yesterday and I pretty much just went to bed. All this “good time having” is exhausting.