On Tuesday, I broke up with Urban Active.
Of course, despite the fact that my contract is month-to-month, I had to pay a $10 fee for the pleasure of giving them 30 days notice of my quitting the gym. Say huh? When I said I wouldn't pay it - they ignored it - and told me that if I didn't pay, there was no guarantee that my contract would be canceled. I understand why they are being sued.
I then, stupidly, signed up for a 30-day trial membership at a local community center. What I SHOULD have done, is wait until after the climb (and the 30 days notice required at UA passed) to sign up for this, since I'm basically now paying for two gyms simultaneously.
Does that mean I'll be extra fit and extra buff?
Maybe it was the pool that inspired the stupid decision? The pool at this community center is AWESOME. In addition to the cleaner and nicer lap pool (compared to the ex-gym), it has a nice activity area complete with a giant slide, lazy river and a playground with a zero-entry pool. They even have toddler hours for different age groups so that Avery and I can go together with other moms!!!
I may be a little over-excited about this - and rushed out to add to my over-spending while the spouse is out of town....but Avery has some cool new stuff!
|Whatever Mom, this weird new toy is tasty|
|Mommy let's me do the best things when Daddy is out of town and I'm fussy!|
Beautiful weather this week in Ohio! Part of the reason for that last purchase - I want to have more things for Avery to enjoy outside - so that I can play outside!
How is the weather where you are???
Do you enjoy playing in water? If you have kids - how did they like their first introduction to a pool?
Have you ever broken up with a gym? Did they make you jump through hoops as well?