Halloween: what are we, kids? YES we are!

by | Nov 2, 2015 | Blog, Working Out | 0 comments

And being a kid sometimes is just what the doctor ordered.

I got up at 6am on Halloween morning to sign in for an 8am spin class.  All week, the instructor, Angela, has been telling us to come in costume and a party was in store for us. This was after she had major oral surgery.

By 7:10 we were lined up outside the door, donning our Halloween socks and masks.  At the stroke of 7:30 we began to pile into the room and what we saw was great….Halloween decorations like a 5th grade class party! The chatter was non-stop until the lights went out.  In addition she brought scary lights and Halloween music which she used to kick our butts for 55 minutes.

Here are 22 adults dressed up, laughing and coming together as a group, taking selfies and group photos.  It was arguably the most fun you can have with 22 (near) strangers, in the dark, clothes on, sweaty as hell.  Moaning was at a minimum and we got a goody bag too!

angela and girls

Thank you Angela and my fellow spinners for a super-fantastic Halloween party at my ripe old age of 53.  I overlooked the stares of my fellow gym-mates in the weight room, the ladies room and later in the Post Office.  I didn’t care. I was having fun and boy did I need that.  Almost as good as a box of Junior Mints (Nikki)!!

spin pic

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