Posts Tagged ‘self worth’

1119172016_HDRAll I can say is that I had an amazing weekend with my children! One of the things we love to do is get out a game of SORRY, lay down on the living room floor and have fun. I admit that I am seldom the winner of SORRY but today, I can claim victory for one game!

My sons had to be with their mother this afternoon for an early Thanksgiving with that side of their family, therefore, they went home at one o’clock and I quickly took out my trash, swept the floors and did the dishes before sitting down to work on the new book.

I am thrilled to be able to add pages 133 – 150 into the ‘completed’ list as I move closer to reaching into the third stage of the book which is the tools for success that I have learned.

This has been an incredible weekend and I hope yours has been as well. I wish nothing for you but a safe and fulfilling beginning to the holiday week and hope you find ways to be thankful leading up to Thanksgiving! All my best!

Blind Faith

Posted: September 2, 2011 in L.B. Fox
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After a very rough beginning and middle of the week. I am left with a sense of self. A few days of some setbacks have left me with a sense of self-worth. I mean, there is no way I have felt so good for such a short time, if I really didn’t feel I was deserving of it. At the bottom, so to speak, is the best place to look up!

Sometimes things happen and sometimes things happening are also a great thing. After some reflection while writing two more pages of Bk4 tonight, I find myself immediately climbing back on the horse and  declaring, “I ain’t heard no bell!” After stumbling over the last couple days, I refreshingly find myself, dusting off, taking in the moment and getting back to it!

“It ain’t about how hard you hit. It’s about how hard you can get hit and keep moving’ forward, how much you can take and keep moving’ forward!”