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Sigh.. then another sigh followed by another

Tuesday, December 28, 2010

So I was amped up today.. all ready to go to this local temporary agency that might have a good position for me.. being out of work for so long I was actually excited.. then I was going to return Xmas things then hit the gym for the first time in a while now.. go outside prepared to dig out my car.. worked on it.. then some more.. tires spinning.. nothing.. I gave up.. then I cried.. I felt like such a failure.. at everything.. sometimes I'm a big baby... one big mess.. in all aspects of my life.. my relationships.. my finances.. especially my weight.. I guess I still feel this way since I'm writing this blog to get it all out.. I need to cheer up and not be so down about it.. at least I got a step machine for Christmas.. it's super cute and I can shove it under my bed.. and with hand weights it really does work me out!

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  • LAKESHAMABRY
    Its ok, we all have those type of days, weeks, and months. Just don't give up and keep saying to yourself, I know there is a better plan for me..I'm just waiting lord, I'm just waiting.....Its hard and sometimes crying is what you need to release the built up stress that we all have.....so go ahead and cry, dry your eyes, smile at yourself, and move on.........and think... tomorrow will be a better day.....
    3213 days ago
  • BFRSAM
    There is no shame in crying. Sometimes, we need it - especially when we feel helpless. I've heard if you put sand under your tires, it can help - something about getting them to grip properly. It took myself and four friends to push my car out the one time that it got stuck - it was cold, and it sucked. Call the temp agency, and chill out for the day. You can return presents later. Make your at-home time gym worthy.

    No sweat, you're doing great!
    3214 days ago
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