I can’t believe the power is out

When I called my daughter the other day around five o’clock I was surprised to hear that she was sleeping.   I asked her if she was feeling okay and she said yes that was just sleeping because she had to get up early the next morning.  Now, she doesn’t start work until about seven in the morning so when she told me she was getting up at 3 a.m. I was a little bit concerned. As it turns out she had joined a local gym and was going in the middle of the night basically to complete her workouts. She said she liked the solitude during that time and not having to wait for machines to be free.  I guess I commend her dedication but there is no way I would ever go to the gym at that hour of the morning. She did say that there was one downside to being there all alone and that was the fact that they always turn the thermostat way down at night to conserve energy. She said the first fifteen minutes or so of her work out she was always freezing cold but eventually warmed up as she kept exercising.  She also said that she couldn’t stand to use the shower room at the gym because it was make her too cold for the drive home. This man that she had to go home and her sweaty workout gear to take a shower before work. None of that sounded appealing to me and I asked her if she was careful to cover her car seats with a towel so that the smell of sweat wouldn’t permeate them. I got the usual, I know Mom, and just told her to be careful when traveling at that hour of the night.

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