Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Everyday Life: I'm so not sinking this Ship

When little things keeps breaking {entire mammoth, metal glute machines, stereo systems at my club, the best laid plans, my patience}, sometimes it's better to put on the brakes instead of barreling full steam ahead against the strongest of elements.

Sometimes those little breaks are a sign to slow down.

So I'm braking and taking a break with the intentions of not completely breaking in two the ship that's sailing the waters.

I call this lessons from the Titanic.

Which is why this afternoon, had you been looking for me, you would have discovered me chowing on a few Hearts and Os {Curves' 90-Day Challenge Approved, of course}, sipping a glass of chai and watching the littles splash in the pool while soaking up the sun instead of laboring like crazy to pour more coal into the fires.

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We're not all built to withstand icebergs.

And simply knowing that probably is one of the best defenses against sinking.

Now, off to proceed with caution.

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