No matter what you call it, some times things happen right when they're supposed to.
I've been shy on writing posts lately because I seem to keep writing the same post over and over again. I'll give you the Reader's Digest version.
Work is stressful. I like to eat, especially when stressed. Being sick sucks. Exercising is hard.
Lather, rinse, repeat.
Some times however, things all come together right when they should, and there is a little glimmer of light. Right before things could have completely taken a turn for the even darker.
Things like finding an awesome true story about love that helps you remember the early days of your great romance. Remember all of those wonderful things that brought you to where you are today. (On the off chance that you are like me and have lived in cave and have not read the true story of how Ree, The Pioneer Woman, and The Marlboro Man met & got married, before you click that link, get a box of tissues and call in sick to work. You will not be able to stop)
The above becomes especially timely when among other things you learn of another divorce in the making.
Things like taking your daughter to her first movie, at a drive in. To hell with commercialism and a sleep deprived kid the next day. It was an awesome Father's Day wish and a fun night out. She has discovered candy and there is no turning back now.
Things like going to the Dr. and having their scale show you lighter (fully clothed even) than your scale at home. (let's be honest, you never get on that thing with clothes on) Which is sort of awesome after you had a thoroughly demoralizing run the night before.
I'm sort of glad I held off on posting all of that woe is me crud. Annie may be right after all. The sun is shining brightly all of a sudden. (no kidding, it just came out as I was writing this)
Which means I may need to mow the lawn more than go for a run.
Naw, I hear the prairie look is totally in.