• *Another* 100 Days of Good Karma: Day 101 (If It Ain’t Broke…)

    Translation:  If it ain't broke, don't fix it.

    Translation: If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.

    Monday, October 20, 2014

    Day 101 of another 100 Days of Good Karma.

    I spent a lot of time debating how to approach this post.

    I knew I wanted to keep up the daily posts, but did I want to keep looking for silver linings?  Or should I change it up some?

    Maybe do a 100 Days of Goal Setting?

    I could chronicle my fitness goals over the next 100 days.  Watching the numbers tick upwards over the 100 days could be awesome.

    Like this:  Run/ Walk/ Bike/ Elliptical (Today (day 1):  3.29 miles;  Running Total (increments over time): 3.29 miles)

    Or I could write 100 stories about the kids.

    But if I narrow the frame that much, how do I work in updates on cancer treatment?

    I don’t want cancer to be the main focus of this blog, but it’s a huge part of my life right now and hard to ignore.  The daily updates keeps friends and family current on how treatment is going.

    So I needed a project that would help me show

    • the good, bad and ugly of cancer treatment
    • fitness goals
    • funny stories about the kids
    • all while looking for silver lining in every day

    Sound familiar?

    It is embarrassing how long it took me to come to this conclusion, but…

    Today’s silver lining:  I decided, if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.

    You up for another 100 days of silver linings?

    Me, too.

    Let’s go.

    What’s your silver lining today?  I love comments!

    Don’t want to leave a comment, but have something you want to share?  Send me an email at gettingthewordswrong (at) gmail (dot) com.


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3 Responsesso far.

  1. Anna says:

    You made me laugh today. Thank you!

  2. Leslee says:

    Ready, let’s go!!!! 100 more days, definitely up for it!!!!

  3. Melissa says:

    I’m looking forward to another 100 days!

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