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Not a week of fails but frustration - sorta

Sunday, January 26, 2020

Overall my week went well

1) spent some time decluttering

2) stayed on track for posting my points on my WW app and even trying a new recipe (which was really really good - which surprised me as WW - years ago - had a lot of recipes that tasted like cardboard lol - they've stepped up and now realize that real people eat real food

3) No week of fails

4) My frustration tho lies in in my Boy Scout meeting - one of my roles is to do a parent talk - where I give new potential parents of cross over boys (from Cubs/Webelos) a spiel about our troop (how it runs - an overview of our calendar etc) and the new Scoutmaster came in an monopolized my time - and then proceeded to tell me "good job" when I did get a word in (I've only been doing this 20 years). I feel like I want to confront him but hesitant to do so face to face as I'm much better getting my thoughts out on paper than I am face to face - I'm just not sure where to go with this

5) This following week - going in to February - should be much better - our weather has been decent (well sorta - last week was rainy - cloudy and on the cool side but still got into the 40s) I'm hoping that I can figure out a good schedule for me to get out and walk in a park that's close by or go back to the Y to walk on the treadmill or do the exercise bike (and I'd even like to do the rowing machine) (I'm still getting in my own way on this)
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    4) frustration - Wait to see how he handles himself as things progress. His ego may have been wounded earlier and he was compensating by his actions toward you. It's called transference. If he continues in this vein, say something before the next time you have a presentation.
    440 days ago
    Weather has been crappy here. Used the treadmill alot. emoticon
    440 days ago
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