JAMIE’S BLOG – YEAR 9 scars – 21 days to go

10 Dec


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There are 21 days left of The Promise 365! 

If there is one thing I have learned from this lesson of blogging, it is this: wait for the end of the story. Each year I have made a promise and set a series of events into motion. Each year, I have been surprised. This year may have been the biggest one yet. I didn’t plan to end this blog this year, in fact, I thought I would go for a nice round number of 10 years. But then my friend Amy pointed out that nine is a completion year in some belief systems.

It struck a nerve. I knew it was the answer to this year of TRUST. So I am trusting that this is the completion year of The Promise 365.

Just as I had to trust the lessons of years before, even though there have been many surprises. Like the year I promised Peak Performance and ended up having a double masectomy. The surprise for me wasn’t just the surgery, it was also the scars it left behind. The two perfect Nike swooshes that now adorn the surgical scars right across my breasts.

It was a surprise of peak performance, one that will lead to a life of peak performance and for that I am grateful. I am also grateful for scars and surprises. Sometimes they are the best gifts you never could have imagined for yourself (trust me on that one!). 

Each season has a reason and a purpose and a lesson. You just have to look for it!
Trust me!
More tomorrow.Jamie

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