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Wagon! Come Back!

Tuesday, March 10, 2015

To the wagon cart driver who left me behind a couple of weeks ago. Didn't you realize when you arrived at your destination of Lifestyle that I had fallen off? The least you can do is come back to get me. I fell off somewhere near the cross roads of Apathy and Discouragement. It's a long walk back to the booming town of Motivation where everything is lively and new. I noticed today that two friends I thought I'd left behind in Fatland have managed to catch up with me as I crawled toward my destination. Please send me a fast horse to pick me up before any more of my old buddies find me.


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    Oh I'm sorry that it took me so long to see this blog!! I gotta say, I was wondering how you were doing!!! How is everything??? Hope your getting back on that wagon to the town Motivation emoticon emoticon
    1770 days ago
    I loved this blog and your very creative analogies. emoticon

    A few years ago, on one of my times on SP I blogged that" I did not just fall off the wagon...I jumped off... and ran in the opposite direction!"

    You at least are heading back towards Motivation. I left that town for 3 1/2 years and built a cottage in Fatland. Only moved back to Motivation in July of last year. I've been on the road to Success since then, with a couple of detours, one on the Apathy Road, and the other to Holidays Excuse. I am now in a part of the road that has small hills and valleys going up and down, but I know the road's elevations is going slowly down.

    We will make it to Sucess, even if there are detours and sojourns along the way.
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    1783 days ago

    Maybe the slow journey back will help you find the courage to face your old buddies and stand up for your new healthy lifestyle.?

    1783 days ago
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