I walked it out for 0.25 miles, then I did a 400 meter sprint at an 8.0, walked another 0.35 miles, then finished off the last 0.15 miles at an 8.0 again to make it an even 2.0 miles.
Holy jello legs. Every time Janet would yell out to add some resistance during spinning I shook my head at her and just sat on my bike and pedaled. She found it amusing, I found it exhausting.
Now I'm [finally] sitting on my couch and I wish I could say that I was just going to watch TV and go to bed, but we all know that's not how the life of a pharmacy student works. Therefore, I'll be spending the next two hours or so reviewing information for my law debate tomorrow (it's about the legalization of marijuana, in case ya wanna know) and then doing an independent study module about vaccines. Fun stuff.
Oh! One last thing before I leave. I cooked up a grilled turkey and swiss sandwich tonight for dinner and I have no idea why I don't make these more often. It tasted better than the hot sandwiches I order at restaraunts.
I suggest you re-create this sandwich immediately and I can only hope that it brings you as much joy as it did me.
Since I have to get up in front of the class and debate about it tomorrow, I'm curious on your thoughts: Should marijuana (smoked) be legalized like a prescription?
[For the record, my group was assigned this topic AND our side on it, which happens to be the con side.]