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Last 48 hours

Tuesday, September 07, 2010

Last 48 hours: Was afraid, was nervous, didn't think she was good enough, finally decided to try, became determined, organized for hours, worked hard, got excited. Oh no, things changed, he wants the job after all. She was pushed aside. Disappointed, wasn't meant to be, set herself up for this. Her fault. crashed and burned. Move on. Think of something positive to look forward to. Make a new goal. Going for a run to get the gunk out of my head. To be continued....
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  • v STARQUALITYFIT
    I find that life's disappointments can usually be channeled into something very forceful and positive. Whenever a door closes for me, I look around to find the open window. The universe probably has something much better in store for which you need to be available. Your hard work and organized efforts were not in vain--you're good enough, you've got the confidence and you are ready! Stay ready--your turn will come.

    Peace & blessings....

    Carla

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    2148 days ago
  • v IWILLRUN100
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    Sorry you've had a rough couple of days. Running definitely helps to get the "gunk" out! We're here if you need to vent!!
    2148 days ago
  • v PARNELI
    emoticon Sounds like you're having a tough day. I hope things look up for you soon. Have a great run!
    2148 days ago
  • v POKIEFUZZBUCKET
    This is about the coaching job?? I am sorry to hear that it didn't go your way. I know how excited you were about it... and I remember how passionate you sounded when we talked about it at the picnic!
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    I hope that your run helps you get into a better space!
    2148 days ago
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