Well, as I stated yesterday, softball season started last night. We had our first game and boy was it something. I discovered last year that our coach doesn’t think too highly of my softball skills. The trend has carried into this year as I found myself on the bench doing nothing more than being the “extra hitter”. Since we had 10 players he had to use an EH. At least since I had limited playing time, what happened last night cannot be hung on me. The game was very short. We pretty much got skunked. The game only lasted 5 innings, that’s right, we were mercy ruled in the 5th. I got one at bat, which I promptly grounded to 3rd.
Since I played so little I was well rested when I got home. Melissa made me a salad, and then we watched “Losing it with Jillian Michaels”. After watching this, Melissa and I were inspired to finally break out the 30 day shred video I bought her for Christmas. We took the DVD out of it’s wrapper, and slid it into the player. I had read reviews online about the video and I knew that it was going to be rough. We didn’t have any dumbbells so we just did those parts with our arms. I must say I kept up with the ladies pretty well. I believe I took 3 breaks, during the cardio. Hopefully we can stick with this and see some results. I’m going to weigh myself tonight to see what my starting weight is. I know, a little late for that since we started last night. I’m really doing this to support Melissa as she wants to look as good as possible for our wedding. But I also really want to get into better shape. I’m a pretty thin man, so if I lose the 20 pounds they promise in 30 days there won’t be anything left of me. Speaking of weight, I just had my license renewed and my weight is still listed at 165 pounds! Do you think anyone is going to believe that I weigh 165 pounds? Or can you believe that at my height I once weighted only 165 pounds? I was nothing but a rail with an inverted booty. If we can ever get our scanner working maybe I can find some of these old pictures of my weighting 165 and share with everyone.