I am, for the most part, a creature of habit; I set routines and I follow them. I like my life to be regular and I like to regulate it. I plan my life. My fitness regime is 6 days a week, alternating cardio and strength training. However, going to the gym it's fairly obvious that I am in a minority group, that many of those that go there. work out for a couple of weeks (if that) and then skip a couple of weeks, or even stop going, which is one of the things I truly fail to comprehend, how you can live a life without organization.
Anyway, today is my first official day of vacation (and I got up at 0500 so I could go to the gym). After I finish writing this, I'm going to take the dogs up to the park, something they love and which we haven't done in a while. Fun stuff, eh?
And what about the "fury and the fire" the Idiot Jerk was talking about yesterday? What an asshole. Of course the world's stock markets reacted exactly as you'd think they'd react - they started dropping. And, of course, Rex Tillerson, a billionaire who is in way over his head, finds he has to calm jumpy nerves. He should have been expecting this, and yet I'd bet money that the Idiot Jerk caught him totally off guard. What yesterday's comments really did do was put the entire world's attention on the Idiot Jerk, some thing, I do not doubt, that gives him endless pleasure. Can't you just picture him gleefully jumping up and down, shouting "they're talking about me! they're talking about me!" Idiot Jerk. He doesn't seem to understand that he's already got a lock on "the worst president in American History," so I guess he's aiming for "the worst president in the world." I really do feel sorry for those people in Asia because he's using their lives in his boast.
Well, it's time to go to the park.