Geez. I am sorry. I went through a lot growing up but never hit foster homes or boarding schools -- both really scared me. I can't remember hearing anything good about either.began to live in boarding schools when I was 9 and Nuns were able to live their passive aggressiveness while punishing kids, plus my second caregiver being Bipolar things were fun as well..
Honestly, I think I had a major advantage: I was born with problems eating and breathing and when it came time to talk, hear, and walk, I had big issues there, too. As such, there was a lot of hard work in my early years that most kids don't have. I learned that working against nature was part of my life. When it finally became clear that I had major symptoms of mental illness, I was already well-prepared. Though, I still had some from-birth physical issues to manage, too.From what you’ve written so far you seem to have that willingness.. can you send me a portion of that?
I really do hate lunges but I have found that they are one of the best exercises I can do for my hips, so I drag my ass into doing them. Now that I can do that, all I need is a better attitude.You did them anyway.. woooh :-) thats toughness
Friday was hard. Yesterday was much better. Thank you!Hope your Hike was good yesterday ?
Hear you and Do understand. Much respect ! I will get back when I get more sleepmotivation came from many directions, but being sick and tired got me moving.
Well.. was hoping for A.I like in Ex machina.need a Robot to keep me company. Like Hal from the film 2001.