Admittedly was drawing blanks when pulling together this workout. But it came together at the 11th hour and was happy with what came together. Had to make a few call outs but PAX showed up.
SSH, Abe Vigodas, Imperial Walkers, Grady Corns
Start at volley ball pit
Long jump across
Then: 4 corner each basketball court. bear crawl around, 10 Burpees each corner (since there are 2 courts, that meant a total of 80 burpees)
Then: Mosey to flags
150 chest presses
Then: Mosey to hill (long side).
Bernie Sanders up, 10 Burpees, crab walk down. Got through it just about twice.
100 American Hammers
1 Flutter kick (literally – just for fun)
Circle of Trust
CoR, Announcements, NoR, Prayer requests
Naked Man Moleskin
Last night my M struggled with writing a message to her brother. A message that some how, some way, says, don’t come. It is heartbreaking for my M, who loves her family. But this Christmas, there are too many unknowns, too many risks.
My brother in law is an emergency room doctor, and he’s by himself out in LA. He travels frequently and is out here for visits with the rest of the family 4-5 times a year. This year that hasn’t happened of course. So it’s hard to tell him no.
Sometimes we have to make hard decisions. That the “right” decision, logically, still doesn’t feel right. There’s always some doubt about whether we’ve actually made the “right” decision. And in times like this, you’ve just got to forge ahead. Allow things to play out. Consider all the information you have, make a decision based on what’s available, then commit.
I see this in life often, particularly in my walk with my God. Lots of decisions with many unknowns everyday. But the Bible encourages us to bring everything to Him in prayer. It’s ok if stuff is gray and you don’t know if the decision is right. I think the point is – bring it to Him.
So as we continue to make tough decisions – like getting out of bed, working hard early in the morning, work, family, LIFE, remember that it’s ok if we don’t have all the right answers. Go with what you have, commit, and trust that the SkyQ has your back.