Weekend review.

Looking back at the weekend, I can report that I was able to do all of the things that I needed to do the past couple of days. Yay!

And did I suffer a terrible low or a ridiculous high? No! That doesn’t mean that I didn’t suffer any lows. I did have a couple of lows on Sunday, which is kind of understandable considering the fact that I did a hard hour and a half on my bike in the morning. As a result of that, I was chasing lows all day. One about 3:30 p.m., and one about 5:00, right before dinner.

We did get one sad bit of news today: my next door neighbor’s mom passed away this week. She’s been to dinner at our house multiple times, and she was always a great addition to any group of friends. I’ll miss her, as I’m sure her son, my neighbor will. Rest in peace, Bessie.

We did a lot this weekend. And when I say we, I mean Maureen, myself, and Rachel. Everybody played their part, and we accomplished a great deal. The best part is, after my ride on Sunday morning, I’m right where I need to be with my JDRF ride coming up on Saturday. One more hard workout and one a little easier, and I’m ready to go. I’m looking forward to it.

And one other thing: I like to tell people that I’m a spiritual man, but I’m not religious. When I was out on my bike Sunday morning, after the weather had changed overnight, and it was cool, and sunny, and beautiful… while I was riding, and I could hear the birds and see the sun through the trees, and I could really concentrate… I felt closer to God than I have for a long time. I was so grateful for a beautiful day and a chance to enjoy it. I can’t experience a morning like that without feeling something bigger than myself. It was special.

Hope you enjoy your week. And I hope that you’re right where you need to be too.

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