I woke up this morning still grieving over my Eagles falling apart in the second half of the Superbowl so I designed this BD to help me get over the grief and move forward!
Mosey to Lake Flag…
73 SSH (total score 0f SB)
Defensive Holdings (Neck Rolls)
Moseyed to Sports Park
1.)Step one ..bring me back to consciousness using a refresher of the recent CPR training
-30 Presses (Merkins) and 2 Breaths ( Hill Runs)
-30 Presses (Dips) and 2 Breaths (Hill Runs)
2.)Denial..No way the Eagles lost when they scored 35 right?
-35 single count stair steps
3.)Anger..That holding penalty on #24 James Bradberry really pissed me off
-Circle Burb for 24 total burpees
4.)Depression..My head is all messed up and I need some solitude
-38 (KC points ) or 57 (Referee Carl Cheffers #) seconds of balls to the wall
5.)Acceptance…KC did win and damn that Mahomes #15 to Kecle #87 combo is good
-Dora of 102’s (87+15)….Shoulder press, skull crushers, curls
6.)Move forward to next year…At least Eagles have #1 Hurts and have 1 more SB than both Falcons and Browns
-1 Run up the Windammer
Hard Run back to the Flag and some quick Mary
-Nair college roommate and family
-Cox friend undergoing treatment
-The Children in Carollton being at risk of unthinkable harm
-Look for continued announcements on the blood/plasma drives. Great job by Dipstick to continue to drive those
-Monday Ruck is official Windjammer AO
-Join Dipstick and team for the Smokie Run(or something like that)…I think Townie volunteered
Sorry if I missed anything
Like many of us I probably take things like Sports and Work too seriously. Regarding the Eagles loss it was great to get out with a this great group of men and sweat the misery away and take some ‘all in fun’ jabs.
Regarding work I also had a recent surprise experience as I was impacted by some significant downsizing by my ex- company. I came work one morning not concerned about my job and 4 hours later everything was changed for me and more than a thousand others there including at least one close friend. A lesson I learned from that is that there are some things that seem immensely important to you and consume much of your time and attention that can literally be made swiftly and surprisingly irrelevant to you in a matter of minutes (job metrics, company business targets, upcoming meetings.) It was just a reminder to me to make sure that I focus on the important elements of my life that are constant and won’t change with an email – Friends, Family, Faith, health, etc.. I appreciate how F3 reinforces those values with each of us.