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Negative thinking

Wednesday, August 07, 2013

is a joy limiter.

All week I have been making excuses for not attending an event this weekend.

I won't have a good time.
I would rather stay home.
The 2 hour trip is going to be tiring.
I am sure I will come up with more excuses.

What has happened to me. When did I become an old foggie? With that attitude, I am sure to have a lousy time.

Not only am I going, but I am going to have a great time. I am going to wear some thing nice and I am going to look good.
I look forward to the drive. Actually, it is a very scenic drive. The first part of the drive, you see orchards and fields of crops. Then you drive along side of the Sacramento River til you get to the freeway. After a 45 min drive on the freeway you come to this spectacular view of the San Francisco skyline and the SF Bay bridge.
I will spend a few hours around people I love.

Wow! I must have been depressed when I was thinking all those depressing excuses.
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  • v KAYYVAUGHN
    Have a wonderful time with your friends. It's so good to hear from you.
    1026 days ago
  • v CANDIK48
    Deciding to have a good time is half way to having one! I find myself doing the same thing though. Telling myself I'd rather relax at home, I don't have the umph to get all gussied up and make small talk or any other excuse I can think of. But deep down, I know if I don't just "bite the bullet" and go, I'll regret it later. Except of course there are two times I would have rather just stayed at home and washed my hair. Oh well, life just comes with moments like that...

    I'm sure you'll have a wonderful time! The drive alone sounds nice!
    1027 days ago
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