March 21, 2019

Saddle Soreness

THE SCENE: 43° mostly clear with semi-gloom. Where’s U-Rock? Came in super hot especially with all that PLC onboard.


Standard disclaimer given. U-Rock version when he came in hot:
This is free, and I’m ok at this, so don’t hurt yourself.

Arm circles x 20
Reverse arm circles x 20
Daisy Pickers x 20
Abe Bigodas x 20 IC
SSH x 10 IC while waiting for U-Rock to join us.
Mosey to stables.

Cora 1-2-3-4-5

Team up. While Team 1 is doing the 1-2-3-4-5, Team 2 Bear Crawls down one stables aisle and back up the other (called Omaha and switched to BC down aisle, run rest of way around. Still beastly enough).

Team 1 starts each below:
1. Burpees x 100
2. LBCs x 200
3. Merkins x 300 (made it to 200)
Left undone:
4. Bobby Hurleys x 400
5. SSH x 500

Mosey back almost to startex. Bear Crawl last 30 feet for good measure.

7 PAX: U-Rock (AOQ), Photoshop (QiC), Billy Blanks, Flipper, Interweb, Watchita, Barney


“Find Joy in the moment”
Have you ever met someone who is always waiting for life’s next milestone before he or she can be happy? Maybe you are one of those people. I’ve seen people who do this all the time. When in school, they can’t wait to graduate because then they’ll be happy. After graduation, they can’t wait to meet the right person and get married. After they get married, they begin focusing on moving up the ladder in their company. Then kids become the missing ingredient that they can’t be happy without…
Being content doesn’t mean we shouldn’t have dreams for the future. But as we plan, set goals, and work toward them, we need to live in the present with a sense of peace and gratitude.
Words have the power to end this cycle of discontentment. Using them to build an attitude of gratitude will draw you into a deeper appreciation of life’s day-to-day beauty. That attitude is what will keep you from looking back one day and wishing you could relive the last ten, twenty, or thirty years being more present. How can you get started? Make the decision to hold your tongue when you start to say things such as:
I can’t wait until Friday… If only my vacation would hurry up and get here… Is it five o’clock yet… When will I find my partner in life…
Instead of speaking want, develop a habit of focusing on what you are grateful for in the moment. Thank God for his goodness, for your health, for your family and friends, for the ability to work and create income. Thank him for giving you another day of life and a purpose to fulfill.
If you’ll simply start looking, you’ll find countless things to be thankful for. Think about those things. Talk about those things. Let your subconscious hear your grateful words so it can, in turn, foster more opportunities for gratefulness in your life.
As you begin working these practices into your day, you will start seeing all you have to be grateful for with fresh eyes. Your heart will begin to shift toward an appreciation for the good in your life, and your words will reflect that shift.
PRAYERS: Billy Blanks prepping for Nursing Finals and with passing score will be taking a job at LeBonheur.

How come nobody ever told me we had an open invite to the Pancake Breakfast at Pickering Center for Old Folk?


QSource Friday, 3/22