I'm a 30-year-old woman and I just watched Top Gun for the first time. First, let me back up to Saturday. I managed to eek through one of my favorite workouts at home (Tracey Mallets F.I.T) with my busted butt. Thankful, someone helped keep me from running on it as I definitely needed a few more days of rest. I'm going to do some barre at home today and try to go for a short and slow run tomorrow. Keep your fingers crossed for me! I'm also working out some thoughts in my head on a post I'd like to share soon regarding not being as healthy as I'd like to be. Or, trying to be so healthy it's unhealthy. I was single for a year so I got accustomed to eating/working out the same ways I always had and now that I'm dating again I'm beginning to realize how inconvenient some of my habits are in terms of enjoying everyday life with someone. I want to be healthy to live a long and happy life, and I think my quest for health was inhibiting my reaching one of those goals.
Saturday afternoon I met up with one of my favorite people for a quick life catch-up session at the Leisure Club. Later on I managed to catch a gorgeous sunset from Palafox Pier!
After the sunset I went and ate some delicious sushi from Horizen. Despite how often I eat sushi this is the first time I've actually gone out to eat it. I always just pick it up from Publix or Apple Market. The bf heard that Horizen was a great place to go and it lived up to the hype! We split some veggie spring rolls to start:Then he had this monstrosity called the Monte Cristo. His reaction to it was so amazing I was :::thisclose::: to becoming un-vegetarian for a night. I've been toying with the idea of going pescatarian for a few months now so I think it may still happen, but I didn't want my first foray into seafood to be something that had eel in it.
Sunday afternoon we hung out at the Navy Museum for a while. My favorite part of the museum is this part of a recreated 1940's town. If you live in Pensacola, or ever come to the area, you have to check this place out. It's massive (you could easily spend half a day there), they have tons of interactive exhibits (like crawling into the cockpit of planes to play around) and it's 100% free. FREE. It always saddens me when I see amazing museums that charge $25+ per person and I know so many families can't afford to go there.
After the museum we grabbed lunch from Evermans and decided it was the perfect time for me to watch Top Gun. It was better than I expected, but not something I'd probably watch over-and-over again (as apparently many people who follow me on Twitter said they do!)
What's a popular movie everyone in the world has seen but you?