Lost the battle, won the war

Sometimes you just have to decide what’s worth the fight.     In the end, I may have lost a few battles, and knew so going into it.  Some things just aren’t worth the energy, frustration, stress, and time.  If there is anything I’ve learned in the last few years, it’s not good for my health.

In the end, I won the war. Better for me all of the way around 🙂


2 thoughts on “Lost the battle, won the war

  1. I did not intentionally thematically link my intention and resolution. I’m not even sure where the inspiration for the roller skating came from. I haven’t roller skated in roughly 26.3 years. The last time was in middle school with my boyfriend David Johnson. When I say boyfriend, I mean the guy who asked me out over the phone before we ever even talked in person. A few days later we met up at the Skate Ranch. We couples skated, naturally, and I fell on my ass while we were holding sweaty 13-year-old hands. Afterward, he kissed me on the cheek, told me he loved me and then broke up with me the next day on the phone. I still blame the fall but it was probably those bright pink goggle glasses with the lady bug stickers that I wore.

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