Thursday mornings I attend LifeLight Bible Study then run errands before I go home. This morning when I left the house it was cold and windy. After class I stopped to buy the cats some food and toys, by the time I arrived back home it was 36 degrees and sunny. For the rest of the day, I planned on cleaning the house and maybe take a nap. Then Erin called:
E: What are you going to do for the rest of the day?
Me: Oh I don't know, probably clean.
E: It's nice outside you should take a run.
Me: Yes, it's sunny, but it's still a little chilly.
E: Yes, It is chilly but the sun is shinning. Once you get going , you will warm up.
Me: Yeah..I guess I should (but thinking * I really need to clean*).
After we talked for a few more minutes, about our weekend plans, we said our goodbyes.
I played with the cats for a while then dragged the vacuum out to start cleaning.
This is when the guilt started creeping in my head:
*You really should go on a run, if not you will regret it later*.
Hubby always says; Catholics invented Guilt but Lutheran's perfected it. I am the proof of that!
I tried to ignore it and started straightening up the kitchen:
*YOU REALLY NEED TO GO ON A RUN*
I put a load of clothes in the washer:
*YOU NEED TO GO ON A RUN*
I am back from my run, still have time to clean and I feel great!
I hope you have a great day,