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Day 2 of health and gratitude

Friday, September 14, 2012

I am sore sore sore today and it feels pretty good. My son is home from school today and I had 100 excuses why I didn't have time to do a workout today, typical.. BUT I got the bikes out and we went for a ride. It wasn't hard to convince him to race so not only did I get my cardio in but so did he and we go to spend time together. Bonus and bonus!!

Today I am grateful for the muscles I feel all sore and wonderful under the excess. I will see you again I promise and I am grateful that they have no failed me even though I failed them for a while. I am grateful for my son who reminds me of the power of a smile and for my thoughtful husband who has taken to making me coffee in the morning xo
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    You have not failed in not utilizing all of your muscles. The brain is a muscle. Your body is like buried treasure covered in dirt. You are just going to have to dig it up and see what you find,Something pricelesss, and new lease on life.
    Celebrate the little things, like you did go for a ride with your son, you could have not done this and still been thinking about doing something, but instead you did do something.Kudos.
    Start using excuses to work out,like spending quality time with your son,making yourself and you hubby proud because you are on a mission and the mission will be accomplished because it is important to you.
    It's time to get to work now,excuses are leaving you in a state of mind you do not want to be in. Visualize how you want to feel and what you want to accomplish, now go get it. Simple. Yes,it will be hard,but so worth while.
    Look at what you posted here, all good motivation ,thoughtful husband,the power of a son's smile,sore but feeling are on your way. emoticon
    1834 days ago
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