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Jury Duty................
...sermon to me

Thursday, November 29, 2012

first time I ever did jury duty and got as far and being seated through the prosecution part and then excused by the defense. Wonder what I said that made him think I wouldn't let his client go free? Hmmm.

Running today for the first time in a few days but I have been walking, mowing, cleaning, etc.

Eating wisely, mindfully, nutritionally.

I get my blood drawn in 22 days and I'm hoping it will reflect how I'm nurturing me.

When I ponder all the years of trying to get to a healthy weight I realize that so much of that stress energy could have been better placed elsewhere. As I continue to just DO RIGHT THINGS nutritionally and exercise wisely, the weight takes care of itself.

This is, of course, a sermon to ME!

Off to work.
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  • v 1CRAZYDOG
    PHEW! I don't mind doing my civic duty, but some cases, even just on the surface glaring yell out "Guilty." Maybe not a good attitude, but so be it!

    Sounds like you have a good plan going. Good luck!
    1272 days ago
  • v DIET_FRIEND
    Every time I go to a jury duty, I get selected. I try to seem like a bad candidate although I am careful to be very honest, but they always select me. I've had to do divorce and murder. The murder trial was a very haunting and unpleasant experience.
    1273 days ago
  • v CAROLJ35
    We can all look back and see how we did things wrong. Reminds me of the old Pennsylvania Dutch adage "Too soon old, too late smart".
    But I do think Spark has taught us all to look to the future and do the best we can. And that is what you are doing!!!

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    1273 days ago
  • v ELRIDDICK
    Thanks for sharing
    1273 days ago
  • v DEBBYNATION
    Yeah - take good care of you!
    1273 days ago
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