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... And it's flu time!

Tuesday, July 17, 2012

But I'm fighting it all the way! Well I've been having a really good week ... And I'm really pleased with where I'm at with my life right now. Heck I was walking to work a couple of weeks ago at 7am on a frosty winter morning in New Zealand and it felt like my heart would burst because I was so happy!

Why am I so happy? Because I LOVE my job, I love my home, I'm soon to be living alone as my brother is moving out soon (and I love living alone), I'm recommitted to my health, I'm financially sound, I have happy relationships with my family, friends and work colleagues ... I am soooooo privileged, and I know it.

Go back a few years and I was living in an incredibly abusive relationship, binge drinking, broken hearted, full of potential and absolutely lost because I didn't believe I deserved better ... And yet I always knew I was capable of better. So I worked at sorting myself out ... Doing a lot of head and heart work, started to care for myself, ended my marriage, and slowly I crawled back up the hillside. And what a view it is from here!

And there before me stands a mountain ... I catch my breath, I check my water bottle ... I look to you ... Are you ready?
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  • RYDERB
    Frosty winter morning sounds fabulous right now! It's the middle of summer and around 103 which is cooler than last week. Congratulations! You've created your new life and you deserve enjoy every minute of it! emoticon emoticon
    2310 days ago
  • OJEEMIA85
    Truly inspirational! I can't wait to be that happy in my life. I hope you kick the flu's ass.

    By the way, I am completely jealous of your frosty winter morning in New Zealand, as it has been 90-100 with high humidity for the last month here in Wisconsin.
    2311 days ago
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