Usually I try to keep my blog posts to one theme, as I’ve gotten away from the the ‘day in my life’ type of blog.
With the daylight extending past 5pm, it’ making photography at night a little easier so I’m starting to enjoy photographing some meals again.
Tonight’s dinner was tortilla quiche and sautéed brussel sprouts. Funny thing about that? I don’t like eggs. My theory? You add enough goat cheese and basil, and anything will taste good. Usually I mix the eggs with Greek yogurt and I find that keeps the egg texture on the firm side. I was out, so I used milk and I found this version to be a little on the eggy side. Shocker eh, quiche being eggy!
It’s not quite Lambchops type of affection, but she is a fan that is for sure. Of late where there is Jersey, her Angry Bird is not far behind.
There is no way to segue into my next topic, but who else wears compression shorts? I wear them quite frequently – mostly layered under pants or shorts during baseball. They keep the chub rub under control and they also keep my pootch constrained nicely.
Wikipedia tells me that:
Compression shorts are undergarments usually worn by athletes. They are form-fitting garments and when worn cover the athlete's waist to mid or lower thigh. These garments are often made from a spandex-type material, similar to cycling shorts.
A major benefit of compression shorts are that they keep the thigh muscles warm to reduce muscle strain and fatigue. In addition, there is some evidence that compression shorts may enhance athletic performance. They are also used as a way to keep the male genitalia in place. Compression shorts also help to keep undergarments in place, and for certain sports, like baseball and softball (where they are also known as "sliding shorts"), come with padding at the hips to protect players from injuries due to sliding.
Another major benefit is that many compression shorts are designed to wick sweat away from the body to lessen chafing and the onset of rashes. The friction between the fabric of the shorts sliding past each other may also be less than that of bare thighs rubbing, which may also reduce chafing during things like walking or running when the thighs are adducted.
I’ve been wearing this model from Under Armour for the last year or so, and recently bought another pair of them a size smaller to help keep them in place. My older pair must have lost its elasticity or maybe my legs got a little smaller?
I’m not sure really sure why I wanted to blog about these shorts, because I’m not hosting a giveaway nor I am being paid to write this post. I guess I just wanted to pimp the product a little. Any ladies that have “issues” with extra skin, these shorts will definitely help you out.
Tomorrow is my Friday. Weee! Have a great night.