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Is this Glass Half Empty or Half Full???

Tuesday, August 05, 2008

This is one of those: is the glass half empty or half full situations...

Tuesday is a workout day for me. I go to the gym on my lunch period and squeeze in 35 minutes of exercise... So today, I go to the gym, As I usually do, I check my gym back before taking it out of the car to make sure I have everything I need and what do I see...that I packed to pair of gym pants and NO gym shirt..

So I figure okay, I have some time, I'll go home and see what I can do about my iPod problem, and do you know what??? I got the darn thing loaded!! Not before I sat like a nut ready to rip the thing apart because I kept getting messages that the computer couldn't load it... I even cried a little. Don't ask me what I did, but the next thing I knew it was loaded and ready to go...AND I got a shirt..

But of course, by then, it was too late to hit the gym.

I don't know what's next...I think this will be a basketball night with my son...

Couldn't exercise, got the iPod fixed, got the shirt, too late to exercise.. I choose to view it as half full..what would you do???
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    I say hip hip horray for your Ipod loading!

    4493 days ago
    Definately half full, now you're so ready for the next workout!
    4499 days ago
    I think you had a workout, by rushing home, finding the shirt, and having loaded the IPOD, lol, that took much energy didn't it? So your glass is half full, lol.
    4499 days ago
    I'd call your glass half full too!

    Sorry you missed your work out at lunch, but perhaps you could get in some extra laps around the office OR your block before going to that game! (Turning the lemons into lemonade!)

    Good for you - enjoy that game and special time with your sweet son!
    4500 days ago
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