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Roller Coaster Day

Thursday, May 13, 2010

First of all let me say what a roller coaster of a day I have had! I started the day letting my homelife situation get me down. For the new dragons, long story short, Since last May when my mom was diagnosed with cancer, I have received absolutely no support from my husband. To the point that at one point when I was called to go back to my mom's side (she use to live in TN, I live in IN) that he said if I went I might as well file for a divorce. So today, I let myself dwell in the fact that there doesn't seem to be an end in sight for this situation. So I self sabotaged with food. I also, started out the day thinking that I would just do the TNT for my team and just be done streaking. Then later after I had done the TNT, I decided to do just 10 min. on the bike to keep my streak going. At 9 min. my body was still willing to go so I said ok 15 min. At 15, I just kept going. Got to 20 and said I might as well do 30. I want you to know that even after all the self pity I had today my body was willing to do the work. I amazed myself. I guess I can say that exercise IS part of my life now even if it is for a short time. So now that the pity party is over, I'm going to try to focus on the things I can control and not let thethings I can't control control me!!!

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-WRKNG2ABTTRME- 5/14/2010 6:47PM


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MRSHONEYC 5/14/2010 4:42AM

You get YOU on track!

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KAYAKID 5/14/2010 3:14AM

    You can do this!!!

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JOANN562 5/14/2010 1:43AM

    I agree with Robin. Nothing works better.
Hope your Mom is doing better soon!

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ANNARUTH2 5/14/2010 1:41AM

    You go girl! Keep it up! emoticon

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KASHMIR 5/13/2010 11:51PM

    Exercise, the perfect stress reliever!!!

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