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That dangerous day

Friday, September 22, 2017

It happens to all of us: that day when everything seems to go wrong and Murphy rules. But it is what you do with it that matters.
It is a fighting day. Fighting with yourself to make things happen in a positive way.

Hubby has been ill with shingles so I've been sleeping in the guest bedroom, so my sleep is kinda "eh."
Also due to that, and an over abundance of work under deadline I haven't done my regular workouts. I have been eating way too many carbs since hubby has only been eating soft foods. Not enough veggies. And today is one of my regular weigh in days. I know you know where I'm going with this. So I strip down get on my scale and... it is not communicating with my wifi. In fact it hasn't since the 18th. And I don't mean the 18th century, but for all I know that's true. Put my clothes back on and go use my wi fit balance board and it says "who are you! " "where you been?" Or something like that.
So I am frustrated by technology, biology and semantics.
Now I need to go to physical therapy then come home to finish my work for deadlines.
This is the dangerous day. That day when it all can discourage you and send you running out the door. Calm down girlfriend. Breathe. This just means next time you will look better. Don't run away , keep on logging on and logging in and jogging, ok, walking. One day at a time, one step at a time. Getting healthy is my job. Keep going! You got this!
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    That's a nice self pep talk. I need that sometimes. You've got it right. One day at a time. Sometimes one hour at a time if you need to. Hang in there.

    550 days ago
  • FROSTY99
    We all have those days and hopefully they don't happen too often to make us go running out the door!!

    Wishing you a wonderful weekend and by the way since none of your "techno' gizmos recognize you, you can reincarnate yourself as whoever you want to be!! emoticon
    550 days ago
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