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Thank you McD's and subborness

Friday, December 10, 2010

I went to BodyCombat today and didn't really give it my all... 1. I signed up to do a 5K tomorrow and I'm already sore 2. it was in a different room at the gym with no ceiling fans... it was HOT AND STUFFY.
However, after class, I was HUNGRY, and I thought... oh! It's before 10:30. I can stop in at McD's and get something. Well, after i ordered and went to pay, the lady told me that since they were between breakfast and lunch they didn't have anymore sausage and would I like bacon. Thankfully, I'm stubborn and I wanted what I wanted... So, I said, "No, thanks" and drove off. Came home and had a healthy snack. *deep sigh* So, thank you McD for not making too much sausage this morning and thank you God for making me even just a little bit stubborn!

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    Sometimes we really just need to stop and reflect about how much we take for granted those moments that God shows up and stops us from doing something we might regret or when he puts something or someone in our path to make our journey a little better. I'm glad you recognized His hand in this.

    I'm thinking there was even a victory in your being sore and not giving it your all at body combat. If you had, think about how sore you would have been at the 5K and you wouldn't have gotten that great time!!!

    BTW, I agree with Elva, giving it your all or not, you showed up! Great job! emoticon
    3697 days ago
    I love when God says you don't need that today. And you may not have given it your all, but you showed up!
    3698 days ago
    It was a sign , for sure! Thank goodness for that second chance! Whew!
    3698 days ago
    Good job driving away! It can be so easy to just give in and say, "Well, I will just eat something else, then."

    I don't blame you one bit for not putting your all into your class!!! You have to rest your body sometimes!!!!
    3698 days ago
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