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Sailing along, Singing a song

Tuesday, January 29, 2013

I had THE best Monday yesterday! Everything went so smoothly and the day flew by! Not questioning it, just totally enjoying and putting it on my gratitude list.

I am doing better each and every day. I don't dwell on my visit to the abyss; frankly, it does no good. However, I wish I could figure out the trigger, so I can avoid it. In any event, I am back o track and so grateful for my SP family and friends for their continued support. I love you so much and I really hope one of these days I can meet some of you.

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So, I came across this quote in my studies this morning and boy did it hit home!

"The reason most major goals are not achieved is that we spend our time doing second things first."

-Robert J. McKain


I am guilty of this!*LOL* However, I am working on prioritizing things and obviously, my health comes first. Of course as I apply what I lean here at SP, all areas of my life improve, so it is definitely a win-win situation.

The sky is just starting to lighten up and it promises to be a beautiful day. Lots to do today, and so much to look forward to as well.

Have a splendiferous day and remember you are loved!

Brightest Blessings,
Amethyst

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  • EVERLEARNING
    Yikes! Guilty as charged!
    Thanks for the great quote. I find myself getting SO easily sidetracked. I need to focus more.

    Hope your day is beautiful!
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    1334 days ago
  • KITT52
    great quote...thanks for sharing and giving me something new to think about....
    1334 days ago
  • PIXIE-LICIOUS
    I love that quote, its great food for thought.
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    1334 days ago
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