Monday, September 2nd, 2019
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We (my husband and I) are not planners. I used to be the ultimate planner, and it drove my husband crazy. In his mind, I had every moment of every day scheduled. However, I was so obsessed with scheduling I never left time for error, breathing. In the last couple of years, unless it is for work, as well as podcasting, I am a lot more liberal with my time. I do schedule my workout time every morning as it is my ritual and my time to breath, pant, and sweat. Sometimes even my exercise time appears to be obsessive to him. OCD or not, I am going to the gym and at minimum working to get in shape.
Because we don’t plan, we assume if we did our day would have a hiccup and we may disappoint one or the other. However, I am determined on this second day of September in the year 2019 that is going to change. Rich and I have devoted our time to shift things around and at the end of the day, not only is one of us disappointed, both of us are disappointed.
When I came back this morning from the gym Rich asked what I wanted to do today. My first reaction was let’s go to the movies – having two in mind, he responded, what else? As I sit here writing I’m considering either drive out to Amish Country, have a nice meal, since the day is clearing here in Northeast Ohio, or the original plan a movie. GUESS WHAT, while writing this we decided to drive out to North Canton to see, “Yesterday.” We also just purchased tickets for “Pump and Dump” at Hilarities on Wednesday night, October 2, 2019. Sometimes it only takes action to make the changes you want in your life.