Monday, April 7, 2008

Get Your A$$ Up And Walk!

This is the song that I usually start my walk with. If not the first, then somewhere in the beginning of my routine.

Pantera - Walk

From there I may go anywhere from KC & the Sunshine Band and Brothers Johnson and Wild Cherry to Guns and Roses or Dwight Yoakum or Patsy Cline or Janis or Red Hot Chili Peppers, or whatever. Toward the end of my walk when I'm getting tired I usually play this next one:

Pantera - Cowboys From Hell

The drums really help me get to the end. The way the drums and guitar are dueling at the end is terrific. I love it. Always gets me excited. No matter how many times I listen to it.

Having said that... I did not take my walk today. Wimped out. BUT... I told Pete that since Thomas now has all his game stuff upstairs that I'm going to put my treadmill in the front room with my stereo, so I can do my walk anytime I please. Like right now. I could be taking a walk right now, since supper is all done and everyone is winding down for the day and no one needs me for anything. But no... the man has gone to bed and since my treadmill is in the bedroom... you guessed it. I CAN'T TAKE A WALK!!! Really chaps my a$$, to be blunt about it. I want a ME room. A room with a frickin lock on the door! A room where I can go hide away and do my thing, whatever that thing is. Oh well. Putting the treadmill in the front room is a start I suppose. I'll be happy with that.

Must get busy taking pictures of the new cheeses I bought so I can start cutting on them and tasting. I really went wild on my last shopping trip. I got Smoked Gouda, Smoked Cheddar, Smoked Provolone, Australian Cheddar, and a French cheese that is cow and sheep's milk mixed. That Provolone smells so wonderful I can't wait to try it. I think I may break in to it tonight. The thought is making my mouth water. I think I'll go do that now. G'nite all.


Jeannie said...

I get a good workout from playing "Cowboys From Hell" on Guitar Hero. I'm serious! I work up a sweat with that song, and a couple of times I actually had to catch my breath.

Besides that, I wouldn't really call myself a Pantera fan. I don't dislike them, but I don't search them out either.

I look forward to more of your cheeses. I think I gain weight every time I read your cheese blog. That's ok though. Keep on tempting me. I like it! :D

Goodnight for now, SKW.

P.S. I think of you often.

Mr. Mike said...

Pantera's a great band for motivation and you have to like a band that names their album "A Vulgar Display of Power". Jeannie does rock on "Cowboys From Hell", she's much better than I am at that game. My wife and I were driving somewhere a few years ago and heard a block of songs that included Pantera's "Walk", Judas Priest's "Painkiller" and WASP's "Animal" on the radio-that was awesome never forget it (obviously). Hope you get your room!

Some Kinda Wonderful said...

I'm not so much of a Pantere fan myself. I just like these two songs. Pretty much, if you've heard these two, you've haard their entire catalogue. Everything else they do sounds just like one or the other of these two songs. That being said, these are two really good songs. Motivationally speaking, that is.

Some Kinda Wonderful said...

Just posted my blog about the smoked provolone. Delicious!

Arsenette said...

Oh you need a Pam cave :D Her's is pretty.. did you see her blog about it? I "technically" have one being the computer room since he almost always comendere's the living room.... Must.. must have a "me" room :)

Hubby likes this music more than I do. I do like you Holly like one or 2 songs but not necessarily fans. Sorta like in the 1990's I liked certain songs from the Red Hot Chili Peppers but don't count myself as a fan.