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Taking Stock

Tuesday, April 23, 2013

I'm taking a moment to take stock of what really is important in my life right now. Tomorrow I will go to the pain clinic as its called to begin a series of shots in my lower back to help alleviate the inflammation and swelling that is causing my leg and foot to go numb. This has slowed down my running training, my weight loss, my body movement- you name it. It took me almost two years to try and get this properly diagnosed and hopefully this route will relieve my discomfort and I can stop being stuck.

I realize that I'm kinda stuck using my leg numbness as an excuse not to push myself header. If there is anything I have learned from the fitness seminar yesterday is that if I want it bad enough, I have to take the steps and do the action. God demonstrated that to me so clearly right before my birthday when I had to present my case to my university in order for them to confer my degree. Oh how I procrastinated, hemmed and hawed, dragged my feet getting my documentation on file, how I felt that this was never going to come out in my best interest and now I can boldly say that because I persevered a little, I have gained a lot.

Yes, I am taking stock and looking at what I need to do to push forward, create my dream space and live my best life to the fullest!
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  • v BABY_GIRL69
    Everyday is the first of the rest of your life, so be encouraged. Definitely be grateful for all that encompasses!!!

    God bless you Sister!

    Dee
    1187 days ago
  • v STEVIEBEE569
    Amen! I so hear what you're saying! I so need to do the same as well!
    1188 days ago
  • v NANNABLACK
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    1188 days ago
  • v ZRIE014
    today is the first day of the rest of your life. have a great one
    1188 days ago
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