Caption this photo of Coop!
Happy Birthday Liz!
PART 1: Bench Press
Build to a heavy set of 3
PART 2: “Cement Mixer”
On the 3:00 x 7 Rounds:
400 Meter Run
12 Toes to Bar
“Sometimes you will never know the value of a moment, until it becomes a memory.”
Words from a children’s book, but words that reach far beyond.
It’s easy to get caught up in “life”.
To be so focused on chasing our next goal. Hunting that next accomplishment.
Dr Suess gives us a grounding thought: to value the present. To appreciate the moments in front of us, despite how tempting it may be to look ahead. In today’s world, we’re moving faster than ever. Planning more than ever. Forecasting more than ever. But in all the plans that we could possibly dream up, regardless of how big and audacious they may be, do not create memories. Only today can.
Let’s recall a memory that makes you smile. Do you remember all the details of that day? What was the weather like? What were you wearing? Who was with you? These details, along with any others you can remember, were a result of being present.
Next time you are having a moment you know you are going to remember forever, try to soak in all the details to make that memory that much more sweet.