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I realize I'm whiny

Friday, September 06, 2019

Kind of see this space as a place to lay out whatever might be on my mind on a given day. As injury prone as I am, if you consider the various niggling knocks I pick up playing pickleball, or, really, just going about my daily business, that's often something on my mind when I happen to sit down with my laptop, or my phone and scribble out an entry here. Just saying out loud that I'm cognizant of my whininess. Not that anyone has said anything about it. But I think that's just out of the kindness of your hearts, since if I was reading this space on a regular basis, I might get annoyed with myself :)

And even with that realization...I don't have any intention of changing anything. There's a little bit of "my space, my rules" defiance in that thought. There's also the thought that if I'm trying to do this thing on a daily basis, there are going to be plenty of days where the travails of my ankle or my groin will legitimately be the topic of my day. I think volume wise (or is it percentage wise?) I don't cry about my latest injury all that relatively much. (and now I'm wondering if that's a true statement. I'd have to define what "relatively much" standard to use, and then I'd have to go back through all the blog posts, which, having done this daily for all but one day since the end of last November, is a boatload of blog posts, and really, that all seems like too much work. But if I get bored enough, I might do it.)

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  • SPICY23
    Your space, your prerogative; write what you need to write for yourself only. If you feel like you 'whine' and decide you want to do something about it, that would be your choice, up to you. Remember that adage: 'those that mind don't matter and those that matter won't mind'.

    Peace and Care
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