Dear Weight Watchers,
I don’t like you very much, and yet I fear that you may the only one who can get me out of this big fat mess.
Lardy McLardass

Has anyone ever tried Zumba? Our local rec center has a Zumba class on Monday nights and I’m thinking of buying a membership so I can go to the weight/cardio room as well as take aerobics classes. It sounds interesting.

I need to get fit, blah blah blah, but the reason I really want to join a gym? Social interaction. I work in an office by myself all day and although I do have limited interaction with the guys I work with, I still spend a lot of time alone. When I go home, I’m usually so busy that I don’t have a lot of time to spend talking with the hubs, so I find myself really craving some time to just talk to other women and be among people. Does that sound crazy? I feel like a hermit these days – I haven’t had lunch with my girlfriends in what seems like forever! I do have little league baseball season coming up and a lot of my friends have been made through baseball, so I will get to see and visit with those friends in a couple of months. But for right now, I am just a tad bit lonely – isn’t that pathetic?

Maybe I can find some new gym friends and burn a few cals in the process.

3 thoughts on “Pathetic

  1. The Y’s most popular aerobics class is Zumba. It is latin dance aerobics. I have not tried it as I still look like I can barely do the grapevine. But they say it is a lot of fun.

    We have baseball starting on Monday night. Takes up so much time.

  2. You are not pathetic! Call one of your baseball friends and take a brisk pre-season walk. The fresh air and conversation will do wonders for you… take care.

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