My first tri of the year is this weekend, so I thought it might be a good time to start swimming again. I made plans to meet up with a tri friend at the local beach over lunch today. It's pretty hot here today, so when I pulled up at the beach at 12:30, the parking lot was packed. I felt a teensy bit awkward hiking across the parking lot in my fancy suit and high heeled shoes to the beach bathroom/changing house.
After a quick swim, I headed back into the changing house to get ready to go back to the office. And quickly discovered that putting on nylons right after swimming while simultaneously trying to avoid touching bare skin to any floor/wall surface is a workout in and of itself. I'm sure I got a few looks as I busted out of the changing house in my high heels and suit again. I tried to ignore any people looking at me and made a beeline for my car. After about five minutes of unsuccessfully punching in my unlock code, I realized I had made a beeline for someone else's car. Had to go a little further down the parking lot to find my own car . . .
And now I'm back at the office, ready to get a few more hours of work in before golf time. In summary: I apparently have a high threshold for public humiliation when it comes to getting my workouts in. I'm not sure whether that is a good thing or a bad thing, but I'm going to go with it.