Saturday night we went to a comedy magic show in Baltimore, Md. It was a lot of fun.
As you know, I have been trying to do new things. So when my hubby first brought the idea of a magic comedy show I thought, "heck yeah!"
The show was really entertaining. The illusionist/magician's name was Spencer Horsman.
He had great energy and he interacted with the crowd a lot. He said he had been performing since he was like 5 years old.
How awesome is that? To find something you are passionate about at such a young age and spend your life doing it. I'm still not there yet and I am clearly not 5 years old. One of these days I will find my passion(s) and my life will be complete! Until then I'm enjoying the journey and I hope you are too!
Today is Friday!! Friday usually means leg day but this week has been so crazy that we are actually skipping the gym today. But for us skipping the gym doesn't mean not exercising at all. Especially this week. Today is day 13 of our 14 day shred program. So skipping the workout is definitely not an option.
So the plan is to do body weight workouts at the track late tonight after all our chauffeuring and errands are done.
I guess the point I'm trying to get across is that if something is important, if you have a goal nothing should stand in your way. The only real obstacle you have is you.
I hope you all have a great Friday!!
I hope you all are having a wonderful weekend!
You may remember that I climbed to the top of the rock wall a while back. Well, once I accomplished that feat I never attempted climbing again... until yesterday. Yesterday after working out I decided on a whim to try the wall again.
There were so many thoughts and emotions flowing through me.
He quickly made it to the top of the wall. I was so proud! Looking up at him cheering was a great feeling. At that moment it didn't matter what I did because I'd just witnessed him reach the top and reach his goal.
It didn't take long for that feeling to pass. I needed to reach the goal that is set for myself. I needed to reach the top. I did it! I reached muscle failure a couple times along the way but I never gave up.
I felt so good after pushing through the physical barriers to make it to the top of that wall.
I hope you all have a fantastic week full of accomplishments no matter how small!
I can honestly say that over the course of my life I have struggled with my confidence. I used to put a lot of stock into what other people thought of me.
Unlike a lot of my peers in high school though I didn't dress or style my hair because I wanted others to approve of me or to envy me. I wanted the people that I loved and respected to think highly of me. I wanted to earn their respect in return.
As an adult I made certain decisions and choices based on whether or not others would approve. I really stressed myself out thinking about how others would view me and the things I did and said.
Now I make decisions based on what I deem is best. I choose what I think is right. Now I only have myself to blame when I fall short and I can credit myself when I succeed.