Turning a negative into a Positive

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Just me talking about my bad, bad donut and turning that into motivation to work harded and my birthday coming up.

So sorry it's upside down. Lesson learned on the iPhone!! Wait! It's upside down on purpose, get it flipping a negative to a positive!! I flipped my view so that's why the video is flipped. Haha
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    The conscious choice? You mean,.... he didn't tie you down and force feed it to you? :p thats the spin I would probably put on it... hahaha Or, you fell and landed on a donut.. it accidentally made its way into your tummy. hehe

    Country themed!!! yyyyyeeeeeeeeeeeeeehawwwwwwwwwwwwww
    Mexican... ahhh if there is endless chips and salsa, my day is done... lol
    I am so proud of you for sticking to your chicken breast efforts!
    3316 days ago
    Ok first off, I dont know where you work, but anyplace that makes you work on the ceiling must be awesome!
    Second, your hair, how did it not fall down?! some crazy super glue?
    Another great post from you. It really is the small things that make the world of difference.
    Keep it up and I smile every time you post.
    Thank you

    3317 days ago
    Too often we don't realize that although a person appears confident, they do have doubts and insecurities. Thank you for sharing that.
    3317 days ago
    So funny watching you upside but still cool... Awesome that you see that donut as a way to push yourself to do better. That's definitely a good way of doing that. I will remember to do that if I give in this week. That's really inspiring. :-) Thank you for the positive things you've said in this blog.
    Well done for your loss! :-D Totally agree about little losses - BIG results. You're really on top of your game and you're really motivating.
    Have a really nice day. I really enjoyed your words.
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