Weird things.

Right now I’m debating going on a bike ride or just staying at home on my new couch and relaxing with the dog. As much as I’d like to get some fresh air, the jacket I wear when I ride my bike needs to be replaced—the zipper is broken. Also, I don’t have spare inner tubes for my bike so if I pop a tube I’m screwed. And it’s super cold out, which kind of goes with the whole no jacket thing but I think it could be its own reason as well. Oh, and yesterday my knee did something weird and I’m not entirely sure I should be pedaling a bicycle too far right now because it still feels a little sore when I move it in weird ways. (Pedaling is weird. Don’t judge me.)

Last night some friends came over and we played *Super Mario Bros. U* for a few hours. That’s how I hurt my knee, actually. I was doing something super acrobatic that shouldn’t be tried at home. It’s called walking. It’s super dangerous. Everybody should lead a sedentary lifestyle or risk the consequences of moving, like hurting your knee. (I wish I were joking about hurting my knee by just walking, but I’m not. I didn’t even do anything weird—I just stood up like normal, and walked three feet to my kitchen and my knee popped. I also stubbed like 4 of my toes on my new couch all night. It’s not a good time to be attached to my hips apparently.)

I don’t have much to write about, so I’m leaving you with this gem:


  1. Carrie says:

    This is my first time discovering your website and I absolutely love that you have a husband! So different and cute too! :) I have a future wife. We’ve been together for 7 years and I wouldn’t trade her for the world.

    Now on to your post, lol.

    I’m sorry to hear that you hurt your knee. I’ve never hurt my knee but I have stubbed other parts of my body and it lead to throbbing pain. Maybe you should visit your doctor to see what’s going on. You definitely don’t want it to happen again, especially since you didn’t do anything to harm it.

    Have a great week!

  2. I’ve never broken a bone, but I once fractured (I think) my pinky toe while running to catch an episode of The X-Files and I got a contusion in my knee by humping an elevator door as it was shutting. I am proud of neither, but now that I have admitted to both of these things on the internet, I might as well go ahead and publish it on my blog.

    I’m good at finding excuses not to exercise as well. At least yours are legitimate.

  3. Jen says:

    I KNEW IT! I’ve always assumed that walking was insanely dangerous! Now I have an excuse to make The Manchild buy me a damn motorized scooter. (don’t need it. I just like ridiculous things.)
    I know how you feel though. I am currently typing with my middle finger on my right hand up in the air, because apparently I’m an EXTREME shopping list writer and my knuckle just couldn’t take it anymore.

    Next time I drive through Tacoma, we should meet up and I’ll show you how to injure your neck while sleeping, hurt your back bending wrong, and how to strain your eyes to the point that they almost pop out of your face.

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