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You don't have to be "on" each day

Friday, June 19, 2020

I received the best news from my oncologist on Tuesday. "Your CatScan came out negative. I am so happy for you.!! Grateful, yes! BUT, I come home, tired, needing to workout, needing those minutes to record, but nothing. Wednesday & Thursday, the same. Why Lord am I without the boost to go out and do my walks? I need the minutes. ?? Well, after a few minutes of prayer, I resigned that this week was not going to be the most physical week and that was ok. I do not have to be on high performance each day. I am still in recovery mode.
emoticon AS much as I want to record those minutes each day, and Lord knows they are not much, it's better for my body that I do not push physically or mentally. I was giving myself a hard time and that was taking a toll. Once I gave myself the break, I felt better and today the cloud is lifted.
emoticon So now, I hope to remind myself & If you are feeling this way when you read this, I hope you give yourself the grace of peace and comfort when your day has a little cloud hovering and not to take a long guilt trip. Right? we do not need that! Also, I give you a SPIRITUAL HUG and wish you a restful day! emoticon emoticon
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  • GO_GAL_GROW
    emoticon A great blessing for you, take your time, the clouds will lift, be ready to move when it does! Blessings!
    204 days ago
  • SPICY23
    emoticon Be gentle with yourself. You are wise to listen to your body and honor its needs. The stress of expectation and the demands you place on yourself is not healthy or helpful. If prayer calms you, great; you might then consider a short turn around your yard to see what is blooming, not for 'minutes' but for feeding your soul.

    Peace and Care
    210 days ago
  • AIYANASMAMA
    Hope you have a good weekend!
    210 days ago
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