Wow. I can’t even begin to fathom four-hundred posts. That’s huge! That’s an investment of time, truth, confession, brain matter, humility and embarrassment. But what an accomplishment. I’ve always known I should keep a journal for future generations — isn’t that what we are counselled? And this is probably the closest I will ever get to keeping that command. [Maybe not, though. Perhaps I’ll actually buy a journal and start to write.]
Happy Achievement to me!
I have learned so much in the last year and a quarter.
- Things aren’t as hard as they seem before you start.
- Tough things can make you tougher.
- Friends are show up in unlikely situations.
- People have more in common than they have differences.
- Forgive yourself.
- Forgive others.
- I love my sisters!
- So what if you/I mess up.
- God didn’t ask us to see through each other, but to see each other through.
- If you start to improve something, God will give you more to work on.
- I make a difference.
- I am worth treating well.
- It doesn’t matter how many prayers you’ve prayed. It matters more how many you’ve answered.
- Family is everything.
- We underestimate how much we eat and overestimate how much we move.
- I can look in the mirror on some days and actually like who I see.
- The church’s 12 step program can help you through anything you are struggling with.
- Three handsful of fat around the middle is too much!
- Don’t eat a whole cup of almonds in one sitting.
- If you don’t have time to take care of your health, when will you find time to take care of sickness?
- I really can do
I’ve learned a bunch though this venture but realize it’s just the tip of what there is to learn. And I look forward to finding out every answer, every solution, every reason, every logic I’ve ever wondered.
How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment
before starting to improve. ~Anne Frank
[It feels like I’m starting over but Yay! I’ve exercised two days in a row!]