SP Premium
150,000-199,999 SparkPoints 157,296

g but gratitude!

Wednesday, March 05, 2014

Phooey! I want to exercise (I never dreamed I'd EVER in my life utter those words!)

This started out as a moany, groany blog..but I've deleted it twice. Sigh.

What if we lost everything we have, but take for granted? Think about it. Vision, hearing, breath, legs, arms, health, family, jobs, friends, roof over our head, food (even if it's not our favorite ice cream!), freedom, shoes, M&M's, flowers, teeth, natural beauty, sunsets, the Rocky Mountains, elk in the yard....

OK, so I don't get to exercise until my tendon heals. And then I'll have 4 toes operated on & won't get to exercise. Think of how lucky I am to have 2 feet and 10 toes...even if they are crooked!

I'll exercise my body later...for now I'll exercise my gratitude & track it, too!!
Share This Post With Others
Member Comments About This Blog Post
    You are absolutely correct, Nancy! I hope your tendon heals soon! My husband has terrible bunions, and he has been putting off surgery on them for years. He finally had to quit P90X because it aggravated them so much!

    Anyway, I hope the surgery will heal whatever ails them and you'll be back riding bikes and exercising before long!

    Keep up your good spirits!

    2422 days ago
    Attitude is everything. I like that quote that says it doesn't matter what happens, it's how you react to it. I truly believe that. No one likes a Debby Downer, lol!

    Good for you for remembering the silver lining in this situation.
    2423 days ago

    Comment edited on: 3/5/2014 9:37:30 PM
    You are so right! I've tried to keep that thought in mind ever since my dad was diagnosed with ALS and lost the use of almost every part of his body.

    2423 days ago
    True my friend
    2423 days ago
    This is so true about how much we take for granted.
    2423 days ago
    emoticon emoticon My sentiments exactly! You are a dear!
    2424 days ago
  • Add Your Comment to the Blog Post

    Log in to post a comment

    Disclaimer: Weight loss results will vary from person to person. No individual result should be seen as a typical result of following the SparkPeople program.