Tuesday, April 06, 2010

I Have a Plan!


I got my plan today from my brand new running club. I actually had some structure this morning when I thought "what should I do today?" So instead of skipping my workout as I have been doing lately, I actually did what the plan told me to do. I had a feeling this would be beneficial and that was part of why I wanted to either get a coach or join a club. How very exciting!

My daughter is still here with me. It is nice for me. She says it is nice for her too. Unfortunately, she goes back to work tomorrow. She doesn't have a car and her job is 25 to 30 miles from here. She's not sure yet how difficult it is to get there on the bus, you really never know about that until you try. She is very good at getting around on the bus, but sometimes it just isn't practical. I am sure she will figure out something today.

I have a huge day ahead. A full day of work, followed by a doctor's appointment, followed by an appointment to donate blood, followed by the monthly meeting of the Homeowner's Association Board. I will drag in at about 8:30 p.m., ready for bed.

Grateful to have the opportunity to live a full life today. Really glad that includes other people I love.

And some of those are you!

10 comments:

Carverlane said...

So nice to have a plan to follow...and a coach and group to help you follow it based on their successful experience...hmmm, this is sounding familiar! Have a happy, busy day!

Kim from sAn Antonio

dAAve said...

Good for you.

If your daughter needs some transportation, I may have a very, very nice Caddy she can purchase. It even grew up in Colorado.

Syd said...

I have a plan for my day as well. And I'm going to stick to it. Have a good one.

chitowngreg said...

I've always found enormous benefit from committing my plans to paper. It's like the tasks become more important just by listing them and I get a real sense of accomplishment by being able to tick through them. Thanks for the reminder!

Todd said...

I like the idea of a plan. Just read the book "The Checklist Manefesto" and am going to try to work something up to get me back in the AA "groove".

Ed G. said...

Glad you have a plan and a purpose and the willingness to show up and the grace to take the next step.

Sounds really good.

Blessings and aloha...

Pam said...

I'm so glad that you these running folks!! I hope they share your sense of "run fashion clothes" and if not you can inspire them.
I'm praying for "the girl"....all our girls.

Pam said...

hee hee -met them

Mary LA said...

Take care giving blood, it can be very exhausting.

You daughter sounds such a winner.

Scott said...

I see spread sheets, look out now and alcoholic armed with a spread sheet is a scary thing :-) I'm kidding of course... go get 'em MC!