So almost every week I've gotten into the habit of making soup from my local green grocers where they do weekly soup bags.
What made it different this week was that it was my first time using butternut squash, and I idiotically cut it into 4 before peeling it... Which resulting in my slicing my thumb badly....
And with that has really prevented me from doing anything with that hand. Its almost a week and its not recovered enough that i'm comfy.
So why is it frustrating...
I want to go to the gym, so for the past months now I've been starting to go to the gym, I've still not taken it seriously yet since I'm trying to build up my fitness, but I'm starting to really enjoy going to the gym. Its weird, but I just feel good after it. But with the injury to my thumb I've not been able to do that just incase I do something worse.
So its frustrating cause I want to go to the gym, to the point I cycled to work 2 days in a row.
Its not super impressive but I only did it because I was completely frustrated with the idea of just sitting on a bus and going home to sit in a chair or something. Though i did make the mistake of doing this on really hot days, and against the wind.....
Fair to say, my legs were a bit sore, but i've come to know thats when I should push myself.
I should have done it again today but when I saw it was just going to be even hotter, I kind of just backed off. I think if it stays the same tomorrow I'm going to walk to the law hill which i've not ever done before without being in a car.
But thats really been my week of not really having a left hand and not being able to go to the gym, leaving me feeling really frustrated.
I mean I should probably be more frustrated that even after going to the gym I can't really see a difference in myself. Well, other than I can cycle to work and actually do fitness stuff better than before.