[That is a cheer I often hear at local high school games . . . it has a distinct rhythm and I love it.]
Oh, my goodness. Why don’t I remember this? Why don’t I remember that even just a week of eating healthy and exercising can make a huge difference? I decided before spring break that I was going to use every single day to make a difference in my life. In my health and in my attitude and in my happiness. I’ve had 11 days off and I’ve had 11 days of dang good!
Huge Hello!!!!! I feel great! I feel amazing! I feel wonderful! I can’t explain it. I just know that I feel more put together.
I’ve been reading the Book of Mormon every single day. I been doing either arms or legs or biking or walking. I’ve been drinking lots more water.
OK, I admit there are about a thrillion other things I didn’t get to. Didn’t touch the basement even once. [I was going to have it spotless!] I only vacuumed once. I was going to dust the whole house and clean the kitchen floor. I was going to work in the yard. I was going to ask Tracy how to do family history. I was going to go to the temple at least twice, but only got there once.
But I feel good, oh I feel so good, uuh. And that’s enough for me. I’ve also been listening to The Gifts of Imperfection and I’m OK with getting done what I did and not worrying about the rest. This is, after all, a break. Back to work in the morning.
I went to both our conferences this past weekend. I even got to lead the music in the Saturday night adult session. There I was all cool with a wand that I borrowed from our music department. I’m so glad I didn’t accidentally let go of it and have it land somewhere in the front row. What was I thinking!!!
Happy Monday Morning! Off to babysit while Mikelle cleans and then off to Evanston.