A blog about living with metastatic breast cancer, enjoying life as much as possible, and using humor and alternative medicine in my healing. © Deanna Kingston 2008, 2009, 2010
We had a late v-ball game last night, but we only had five people. Alas! We lost the match, 21-13 (or something) and 21-18. We had to play with a "hole" and the other team always managed to find it. Ah, well. There's next week!
Dee,I hope this does not seem trite, but some people don't like the saying, "It's not whether you win or lose, but how you play the game." But I believe it's true.And it's especially true (for me) when talking about this life. Bad things happen to good people, we're hurt, disappointed, even exalted; but I believe it's how we "play the game" that determines who we are.I like your outlook on life, and I believe you're playing the game well! Keep playing!doug
Hiya Doug,Thank you for the compliment! I have to admit that I do have a competitive streak, but I am not one to yell and cuss at teammates if they make a mistake. At any rate, it's my intention to keep playing this game of life. Still have a lot of things to work on . . . but don't we all, huh?
Let me know when you have a Friday game or one that might fall on an in-service day, like Thursday. If it's a Logan-free weekend, David would be all over the idea of adding another body to your team.
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