I have a lot of issues with my body; the way it jiggles and how muscles never seem to be defined. I don’t like that I break out in acne often because of my exercise & facial cleaning routines. I don’t like the way my thighs rub together when I walk or run; not just because I don’t like how it looks, but that’s something that can genuinely hurt.
I’m feeling lame & cruddy. I think it’s because I haven’t run as much as I’d like to this week, but I’ve been sick and I don’t need to make that worse. I’ve been crosstraining with the bike because I was told that helps quite a bit. I think I’m going to start biking in the evenings, as long as I’m not too exhausted from running.
Yesterday I started a lot of firsts, all in one go. I registered for my first half marathon (dang that’s daunting), which is in Disney World, and is a Team In Training event.
A while ago, the Thor we all know and love lost his worth to hold Mjolnir. The hammer was abandoned on the moon, left there until another worthy member of the universe could be found. And one was found. A woman who has proven herself worthy, even to the original Thor. Her story continues in this new series, The Mighty Thor.
I recently got into a heated discussion about things related to HPV, Fangirls, and it reminded me how important of an STD it is to talk about. When we think about sexually transmitted infections or diseases, HPV, or Human Papillomavirus, seems to be overlooked much too often. That has to change for a laundry list of reasons, friends.
It’s been a long time coming with this movie, Fangirls, and I was pretty nervous. I’ve been a Nerdfighter for about 6 or 7 years and have fiercely adored John Green’s books and all the awesome stuff he does. I’ve watched John’s videos as he announced the movie and the process of making it all and I was very nervous to see one of his books come to life. I have to say, this movie was the perfect translation of The Fault In Our Stars book.