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No to Negativity.

There's really no other way to describe this week so far than to refer to it as crappy.  It's a crappy week.  We had a ton of snow on the weekend that has decided to stick around (it's April damn it....I JUST WANT TO RUN OUTSIDE), I'm in a super bitchy mood, awful things are happening all over the world, my family is coming down with some type of  illness, and I'm losing motivation for both the A-Z Challenge and my Commit to be Fit Challenge.  Everything is just plain crappy.

So N is for Negativity.  I feel negative...and crappy.

I very much dislike feeling negative.  I spent a lot of years being a negative person.  I didn't like myself very much back then.  I refuse to be that person anymore.

Clearly, I just need to say no!

 I'm trying, damn it.

What I need is a damn good run, a few good beer, and tomorrow I'll be more optimistic! 

(see what I did there?)


  1. I did see what you did there. Clever clever.

  2. I did see what you did there. Clever clever.

  3. I can still be a pretty negative guy, but easing up on it a bit has made life better in general. Now if I could just stop enjoying wine and chocolate and cake and stuff so much.

  4. I feel exactly the same way. All blah and negative. I hate it. I think I'll skip the run and go directly to beer. I will not pass go. I will not collect $200.


    Valerie Nunez and the Flying Platypi

    1. Red wine it was for me. Have you married Elijah yet?

  5. I need to get on this train. I'm so hard on you know haha.

  6. Sometimes I get negative too....but times always turn around at some point. :) Remember, attitude is the difference between ordeal and adventure!

  7. Have a beer relax and get you act together tomorrow. Chop chop. Life is good, but bad things to happen. If they didn't how we would we know when things were good.


    By the way, what kind of beer do you like?


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