Monday, April 23, 2012
I think we all know what a curb is for. It keeps us on the path,
road or street and off the sidewalk. As our pastor explained
to us in his sermon yesterday, it keeps us from hitting the
buildings or people walking. We can avoid harm by being
watchful. Our little town has curbs in some areas but there
are also areas where curbs are absent. Sidewalks, too, now
that I think about it. Little towns are like that.
I appreciate the time, effort and money that it takes to make
a curb. They dress up the town and provide protection. They
keep the water from lapping at the front doors after a heavy
What protection do you use to provide a "curb" for yourself?
Do you declare some foods off-limits in an effort to maintain
healthy choices? Or do you allow yourself to "jump the curb"
in a evening-long snacking binge?
Only you know what it takes to "curb" yourself of a bad habit.
I drink a glass of water or a cup of tea and decide if I really
am hungry. It may be that I am bored, tired, stressed or any
one of a number of things that pushed me to make unhealthy
So, to stay on track, I will use the curb, (SP), as my guide. It will
help me stay on the path to success. I may jump the curb
from time to time but I know, in the end, it is there for me.
Thanks for stopping by and have a great day. HUGS!