Expect the unexpected is my general sentiment for today. I started out very strong, I made a fun breakfast and was looking forward to another great day on plan:
Then we went to Sagamore Hill and toured Teddy Roosevelt’s house in Oyster Bay. I find these kinds of tours interesting because being there makes it easier to imagine what life used to be like.After visiting, I find myself thinking more about the future than the past. It’s strange to think that people lived and died and never knowing what the future would be become. It makes me think about my own life, and what I know to be true, and wonder about what the future may bring:
When we returned home, there had been a micro burst (which is really a tornado) and we were greeted with this:
I can’t explain what happened but then I feel off my “good habits” wagon, and I used up all of my Weekly SmartPoints, driving it into the negative (-18 SmartPoints). The ONLY positive spin I can put on this, is that I’m not unaware, I know how many SmartPoints I used, I know what I did and that’s better than denying that it happened.
2 thoughts on “Day Twenty-Nine…”
The micro-burst threw everyone for a loop. It’s the beginning of your summer vacation. Make the most of it. Just keep going.
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I will I’m reflecting on yesterday, and I think I’m learning.