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Do I really think I'm super woman?

Wednesday, October 02, 2013

My emotions lie to me~ or is it my mind?
Either way, I still think I am capable of mounting tall buildings in a single leap!
Not literally, of course.
Still, at 60yrs. of age, I forget I can't do what I did 30 years ago.
I can't stay up all night and work all day; I can't dance til the wee hours of the morning (without hurting in places I never new existed), and I can't run a crew of family members who are not even painters to paint a friends home!
But I forget all of that.
I go about my merry way, trusting GOD and set myself up for doing the impossible!
Yes, I'm a firstborn child.
No excuse, :)
One lesson learned:
I promise NOT to be manipulated by my emotions again!
GOD please help me not to fall into that trap again~
Another lesson learned:
Love is still the best policy; and regardless of me feeling sorry for my friend that lost his leg, I acted out of love for him as a friend.

I do FORGIVE myself for thinking I could run a crew of family members to help him move, by packing, putting his boxes in storage, cleaning, and PAINTING his home.
Even though I forgive them, I Will remember those family members who can't be depended on.

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As they say, all is well that ends well. May this end well, the sooner the better.
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  • MICKEYH
    One step at the time. emoticon emoticon
    2820 days ago
  • PATTYMCGRAW
    Every now and then I read a blog that sounds like I could have written it - this is one of them. As much as I would like to promise myself that I won't be manipulated by my emotions, I don't know if I could do it. They always get the better of me.
    2821 days ago
  • 1CRAZYDOG
    HUGS!
    2821 days ago
  • PINKEUROGIRL
    Hope it gets better
    2821 days ago
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