Just assumptions tonight.
I’ve had a couple weeks of craziness and travel and craziness and such.
Assumptions. We all operate within the world of our own assumptions. But what about when you realize people have made assumptions about you that aren’t quite on the mark? It seems to be a theme just recently.
Let’s see …
Eating habits. Some people seem to think I’ve been on a liquid diet of things that don’t taste good for the last year-and-a-half? Um no, I eat “real” food every day. And the protein shakes I drink taste good. An advocate of a certain points-counting program wrinkled their nose up at me the other day and said, “Don’t you have to keep drinking those shakes?” Well, yeah, I get to keep drinking those shakes. J
Math. And economics. Some people just don’t understand. Or maybe don’t want to.
80% nutrition, 20% exercise. I am the poster child for this. How many times have I heard, “I just need to exercise more.” Well, yeah, everyone should exercise. And for those who think I work out like a beast for hours … do you know my whole story? I have physical / medical limitations that mean it’s pretty much workout-light for Jenn.
What I want and what I need. (To quote Daughtry.) Sometimes even I don’t know what that is. And when I do know and I say it … there are still no guarantees. And when I do know and I don’t say it or don’t say it clearly … then it’s a real circus around here in this space called my life.
Right now I’ve got a little bit of everything going on, so let me just lay down across that last paragraph, and we’ll have a pretty good representation of my current askewness.
By the way, spell-check would like to suggest “sameness” and “alkenes” as substitutes for the word “askewness”. Feel free to discuss the deeper meaning.
I don’t want to be negative at all here, because … as you might have figured out … I’m a big advocate of pray about it and follow God’s leading as best you can.
I’m also not much of a rules person, so, yeah, refer to previous guidance about praying about it …
And for anyone who thinks they know how I feel … or how I should feel … um, you might be wrong. Just sayin’. J