Jogging bottoms required….

One of my rules, I have quite a few, is that I do not wear jogging bottoms outside. There are two exceptions to this rule:

1) When I am jogging
2) After having a baby

At home I also try not to wear them too often, first of all they make me feel a bit scruffy but more importantly, there is something really comforting about slipping on a pair of joggers as it means that I won’t be going anywhere any time soon, and the most likely place I will be in on the sofa with a book, but when you wear them too often this feeling will slowly disappear…..

This morning my day started an hour earlier than I was expecting. My husband had been getting up at 5.45am for a couple of weeks now and I like getting up with him so I have time for a cup of tea and a bit of reading and/or writing before Elisabeth wakes up. But when the alarm went off I felt really tired, I tried really hard to wake up and switched the light on……at which point I noticed that it was 4.45am! I didn’t know he was getting up an hour earlier! By then I was awake and there was no way I was going to be able to fall asleep again. I should have known then that it wasn’t going to be a great day.

Work was a nightmare today, got involved in a project right towards the end when everything needs to be done yesterday, things weren’t going well.

Cooking wasn’t something I was looking forward to this evening so I bought a couple of pizzas on the way home, they were horrible.

To top it all off, Elisabeth is refusing to go to bed, so therefore I have put my jeans back in my wardrobe and put on some scruffy old joggers, sometimes rules are meant to be broken.

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8 Replies to “Jogging bottoms required….”

  1. Rules are made to be broken!

    Doesn’t it feel like when one thing goes wrong in a day, everything else follows suit? Waking up too early, crazy at work, horrible pizzas… at least you know tomorrow can’t be any worse!

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