CONDITIONS: 32 degrees
WARMUP: Mosey to brick pile
THE MAIN THANG:
1/2 Mile run to playground
150 mountain climbers
Run from playground to Brick Pile
150 mountain climbers
Run from Brick Pile to Playground
150 donkey kicks
Run from Playground to Brick Pile (x50 flutter kicks on the six)
Sprint to 2nd light pole (short recovery)
Sprint to 4th light pole (short recovery)
Sprint entire distance of parking lot.
Mosey back to AO
Paula “Wack It” Dean continues to be a workout warrior and this morning said, “None of those lazy fartsacking piles of sh#t deserve to touch my rock!” A little harsh Paula D, but I couldn’t agree more.
Brett “The Turtleneck” Pack is now the subject of Lil Sweet’s affection as Smokey Brett Pack displayed the biggest set of balls fartsacking Bo Norris has ever seen wearing a turtleneck yet again even after being completely destroyed for his fashion trend setting last week by the D.H.’s that make up The Clinic population. Rumor has it, Benchwarmer used his TJ Max gift card to buy himself a new turtle neck to wear under his F3 tube top.
FNG “Lil Dickie”, named after little brother Smokey Brett Pack and his Cousin Eddie dickie he wore under his workout gear last week, is a triathlon running muscle bound little stud. Lil Dickie is also a competitive sucker who takes off early, is determined to win at all cost, and would fit in just fine at TC. Speaking of winning, big bother and little brother gave everything they had to beat each other in the sprints. Though it was a photo finish, FNG big brother prevailed 2-1. Yes, Lil Dickie beat Big Dickie.
Everyone listed below is a big ole Fartsaker. Alibies explained below:
Skinny Pete: Still pissed about Clinic hospitality shown to him at his Q last Thursday.
BarFly: Late night planning as Stallion’s new life coach after Woodchip failed at the job miserably. BarFly officially took over after we walked out of Shoney’s last Thursday and Stallion exclaimed he’d never seen a naked woman.
Woodchip: Working on step by step PowerPoint on how to run the GRIZZLY.
Chainsaw: Working on step by step PowerPoint explaining how f@c#ing stupid of a Q Winkles led that time he made us carry those nasty bags of lime.
Lil Sweet: In the shop sharpening his testicle extractors
Benchwarmer: As an unwilling participant in Arnold’s new reality show “Nightmare on Camp Coker Road”, Benchwarmer, who thought he was simply showing up for a Jelly of the Month club meeting, ran for his life/manhood from Bo “The Butcher” Norris (aka “Lil Freddie”).
EPO: Early morning baby shower for 12th kid.
Fender: Late night boy band practice
Pinocchio: War Damn Eagle!
Lucky Charms: Taking break after hitting F250
Baby Beasley: Running 7 minute miles and working out at Y until feels healthy enough to return to The Clinic.
Winlkles: Bathing new Christmas cat
Chopper: Online purchasing bus ticket for cat to “Norris Farms House of Horrors”.
Radar: Drinking coffee out of mug that was not driven over by a car while waiting at Kit N Kabootle front door to have last week’s DHOTW certificate framed.
Judge Judy: Too fat to workout. About to pop. Baby due any day.
Lukie: Discovered spine spurs after experiencing back pain when hitting bottom of rim on dunk attempt on 7.5 foot goals at Upward Basketball practice.
Postal: Late night celebrating with big brother who dominated Lil Sweet at Baylor Teal Birthday Bash 5K.
Pathfinder: Planning for Klinger’s swim Q for next Monday
Paperboy: Getting in top shape by walking through city’s arsenic pond with Stallion wearing book bags.
StepShow: Taking day off after burning head on new curling iron.
Paula Dean asked us to pray for baby Chandler who is in hospital dealing with complications from SMA.
Lil Dickie asked us to pray for friend’s stepfather who just found out he has cancer that they believe to be terminal.
Right before Thanksgiving, I had the Q. With my devo, I asked you to go around the circle and share something you were grateful for. Most everyone said family or something family related.
Right before Christmas, I had the Q. With my devo, I asked you to go around the circle and share a Christmas tradition, memory, or favorite present.
Both times, great things were shared, but in doing so, no one said anything about God. We are thankful for things, but do we thank God enough for providing them?
Like many, I attend church with my family on Christmas Eve. That service always has that magical Christmas feel and is my chance to kind of reconnect my faith and think about what Christmas is all about. The next day, Christmas, never feels anything like that. We have all this anticipation about opening presents and then before you know it, it’s all over. I watch my kids and they are not one bit happier than they were before they got all this expensive stuff they didn’t need. They get jealous and ungrateful when they find out someone else got something better. I look at myself and instead of doing things that was truly meaningful, I got into a terrible mood after spending 2 hours trying to figure out how to upload music to my daughter’s new MP3 player. Sadly, very little to none of my Christmas day was centered around Jesus’s birth. That is no one’s fault but mine. The one person who may have gotten it was my middle child Ann Frances. On the outside of a card she made for me, there was a drawing of baby Jesus in a manger and the words “Don’t forget the real reason for the season.” Where the rest of my family and I got lost in Santa Clause, presents, and candy canes, 1 child did not.
As most participating in the “30 Day Prayer Challenge” discovered, finding 5 minutes a day to talk to God is hard. That is sad. We are thankful, but we fail to give thanks. We fail to nurture our relationship with the provider. Take time in the next few days to think about the real reason for the season. Merry Christmas!
respectfully submitted by Bowtie