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Good days and bad days!!

Saturday, June 05, 2010

This week I have had both. Days with calories in range and days when calories were above range. Most days this week I have exercised and managed to meet the challenges of the teams I am on. On Thurs, I had too much stress and too many distractions. I actually got a headache and felt out of sorts the rest of the night. Went to bed early and hoped I wasn't sick. Thankfully I woke the next morning and things seemed better. A fairly normal day today. Did get a bike ride in and some strength exercises done.

Staying focused is difficult, but that is what I need to do. Stay focused on my goals and let God take care of the anxiety in my life.

It seems odd to me to post this blog after I just wrote the one on JOY. It does remind me of another scripture. One of my favorites from Psalms 30. "Weeping may tarry for the night, but joy comes with the morning. "
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    "Stay focused on my goals, and let God take care of the anxiety in my life". I LOVE that!! It sure seems like this is your answer, and the answer for many of us! emoticon
    4071 days ago
    FriendofBach, I was going to visit your Sparkpage and thank you for your comments here. It is very helpful. Love the quotes by Kahil Gibran and they are so right on. Thank you for your input.

    4075 days ago
  • TRICIA0623
    I am really enjoying the scripture quotes you are finding & how apt they are to what you are going thru.

    Hope the weekend is totally stress free for you & full of good days!
    4075 days ago
    Hope your pain is lifted away
    4075 days ago
  • no profile photo FRIENDOFBACH
    Kahlil Gibran wrote that our joys can only be as great as the depths of our sorrows. Withough days that don't go so well we couldn't recognize the ones that go well. Everything would seem to be the same.
    4075 days ago
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