The Day of the Biscuit Eater.

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February 6, 2015 by sandwichcontrol

Because sometimes you need to eat an entire can of biscuits.

Cooked, of course.

Nobody ever needs to eat an entire can of raw biscuits.

The occasional raw biscuit is okay, but never the whole can. That’s just a bad idea.

Yesterday was exhausting. So exhausting, in fact, that I had to take a rest and eat a Snickers at 9am because I was out of energy. This is what happens when you workout and lug around a truckload of groceries having only consumed a tiny little Kellogg’s protein shake.

The day didn’t quit either. It just kept on truckin’.

After the bank run for Jesus, I ate breakfast. And was much better.

After breakfast, and errands, I headed to my studio to finally print this new poster:

Do Better Poster

I obviously succeeded in printing it because you are looking at it.

Then, I took a nap. And had lunch. And started dehydrating marshmallows. Because I’m a grown up.

Then, it was back to the grindstone. I am working on something with Kuso. I haven’t flushed it out fully with him yet, so I won’t tease anything, but I’ll let you know what we come up with.

Then, it was time for me to run a workout. The Blacksmith had something come up and I took over the evening class for him. They love seeing me because that means it’s 80’s Dance Party time.

After workout, I headed to the ranch to do a bit of tutoring. It was nearly 9pm by the time I got home. Needless to say, I was tired.

Still am.

The good news is that we get to sleep in tomorrow. There’s no Weekend Warrior session this week, so enjoy your one Saturday of sleeping ’til 8am. Because that’s what “sleeping in” means these days.

Today I’m going to work with Kuso a bit and maybe get around to reading the new Hawkeye.

See ya’ tomorrow.

More soon. ~SC

 


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