It was a beautiful afternoon as I am on my way to Midoriyama when I get a call seeing if I will Q which of course I will. I roll up to see a good crowd and inform them of the Q change and 5:30 so let’s go!
Warmup: SSH x 10 IC, Abe Vigodas x 10 IC, Sargento’s allegedly patented Right Over Left leg stretch x 5 then Left over Right, Hillbillies x 10 IC, LBC’s x 10 IC, 5 burpees OYO for Slaw, Asssshhh Pond didn’t like it!
Let’s mosey over to the Field #4 parking lot for some 11’s. 10 Merkins on this side run across lot for 1 squat, then 9 and 2, etc.
Let’s mosey to the small soccer field for some Frisbee Football. It was very windy so the frisbee throw was very important today. Seems like Wojo and Boudin mastered the throwing and by some good fortune, they were both on my team! My team scored at will with everyone making contributions. Even Seuss who doesn’t care for frisbee stayed and played well and may have even liked it a little. Slaw and Haze’s team was slowly humiliated and by the end had given up as their countenance fell. The good news is we all got in a good workout and no one got hurt. It seems to go that way when a certain Canoe isn’t here. Back to the flag and Pledge.
Word: I read 7 Bible verses about anger and the point they were making mostly as a reminder to myself to always keep working on the anger issue. Here are the points from the scriptures.
Be slow to anger.
Anger keeps us away from where God wants us.
Anger hinders all of our relationships especially M and family.
Our response to anger can often control how a situation resolves.
Turn from anger toward forgiveness.
Turning from anger can often lead to turning away from other bad things.
Turning from anger shows wisdom.
Announcements: Remember the service project Items, individual tissues and wipes.
PT Test this Saturday at Gashouse 7 a.m. Other AO’s are still open.
Help out Site Q’s by picking up a Q at a different AO than your normal.
Prayer Requests: Turtleman, Sister Act and family, Cougar’s grandmother, Livermush, Shook family, Lewis family, GSM family. Ash Pond took us out.