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June 3, 2020

Wednesday, June 03, 2020

I'm wondering if anyone can relate to this. I made a "good" choice this morning and was so proud. I could already imagine writing about the choice I made tonight in a blog. Less than an hour later I made a "bad" choice. Guess which one I kept thinking about the rest of the day?! I can't be the only one who does this. But I have thought about this several times today and wonder why do we do this... emoticon

I didn't throw in the towel after the one "bad" choice and make it a "bad" day. I made other "good" choices as the day went on, but then I started thinking...

Who determines the whole bad vs. good? What makes one decision "bad"? But I think my biggest question today is...why have I let my decisions determine how my whole day went and even my worth as a person?

Today I am thankful for...
emoticon seeing my favorite summer tree blooming as I drove to town today
emoticon getting a positive report from my doctor today
emoticon getting through a trip to the grocery store without too much anxiety
emoticon meeting goals as I start a new challenge
emoticon third day of walking my dog.

What are you thankful for?

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  • JULIJULINN
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    297 days ago
  • ASOBFALLS
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    Beautiful green trees and fields I see as I drive to work
    My dog member of the family
    Signing contract for new apartment on Tuesday
    Safety God provides each day...often when I don't even know it.
    372 days ago
  • JOANN25
    Your thankfuls outweigh the "not-so-good choices you may make. Keep going as you are, stay positive, and communicate with other people.

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    376 days ago
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