My favorite thing about me is what my husband would call the hustler in me lol. I am not really sure how else to word that. It doesn't matter if it is organizing a drawer, paying bills, or working towards any other goal ... I am always looking things from every angle I can find to work things to be better for me and my family. Sometimes it me rearranging things so they fit the "right" way... sometimes it means looking deeper into myself and finding a profitable skill to utilize to make ends meet. I love that I don't give up I just look for another way.
I always see everything as a positive. My husband hates it but I do. I know that no matter what the situation that God is in control so there is no point in crying over it find the positive and move on. I can do ALL Things through Christ who Strengthens me!
I would have to say my intellect. Not to say that I'm the smartest person but I really enjoy using what I know to better myself and those around me. I do this best by helping my children every day and setting the best example I possibly can. Plus, I am able to understand what others are trying to say and better explain it to those around them in hopes to avoid a confrontation.
current weight: 215.0
Fitness Minutes: (132,922) Posts: 9,957 4/15/12 4:00 P
From Day 1, I never gave up and never gave in. The only way this disease will get the better of me is when it sends me to the grave! I have had RA since age 6.5, so its been a lifetime thing for me.
When one door closes, I simply kick down another one!! Never Give up! Stand Tall, Walk Proud -Dani W, Fitness Instructor Do or do not. There is no try- Yoda Rock bottom became the solid foundation of my life -J.K. Rowling
Interesting question. I have spent a lot of time -not liking myself-always thinking I could have done this or that better. Funny thing though-the question made me realize-I'm becoming "friends with myself " again.
"It's not the mountains ahead that wear you out-it's the grain of sand in your shoe"-unknown
Pounds lost: 6.0
Fitness Minutes: (108,096) Posts: 9,491 4/15/12 9:45 A
I like CATHOLICORGI's response, too. About myself, I like that I keep trying. Little by little. Small things add up.
"Mountains DO move...One stone at a time." ~Rick Beneteau Do not let what you cannot do interfere with what you can do. - John Wooden, Hall of Fame college basketball coach With exercise, doing some is always better than doing none. - Spark article MAKE THE BEST FOOD CHOICES YOU CAN TODAY - and then, try it again tomorrow!- Dr. John La Puma, M.D.
Don't know quite how to word this, but I like that I am willing to step out into the darkness of the unknown and trust that God will be there to catch me or else He will give me the ability to stand somehow...
Step into the unknown with confidence! Trust that in the darkness of that first step there will either be something solid to stand on, or you will be taught how to fly! Co-Leader Catholic Critters SparkTeam
current weight: 226.2
Fitness Minutes: (15) Posts: 87 4/14/12 9:11 P
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