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Goals.....1-2-3

What has your addiction(s) taught you? What is your addition? Before you dismiss the question, think longer and harder. An addiction is defined as a compulsive physiological need for and use of a habit-forming substance, thing, or activity. Among other things, addictions drive our motivations. Every addiction is different. Some people are addicted to drugs or alcohol. Others are addicted to sex and/or pornography. But those aren't the only addictions. Consider addictions to social media, politics, junk food and gossip. Can you think of other addictions? I'm sure you've seen social media posts regarding health, fitness, and clean eating. Some may think that those who post daily are addicted to any combination of those areas. Welp, I no longer post daily, but yes, I am addicted to my overall health. I have a regular running regime to keep my mind and body in shape. Running helps to clear my often cluttered mind. Running helps me to put things into prospective. Running helps me…

Light in Fog

The morning was off to a good start. School was out for the holiday so I had a few extra minutes to sleep. My gymnast had morning training and we had a nice smooth ride to the gym. A few giggles. No traffic. No rush.
After I dropped my gymnast off, I headed to my office. I was just trudging along. I approached a red light slowly and stopped in just the right place, before the pedestrian cross walk. The light changed to green and without haste I proceeded to continue along my route.
The next thing I knew, I saw flashing lights in my rearview mirror. What in the world did I do? No speeding. No red light running. Proper tags. Updated registration. What could it be?
I pulled over into a school parking lot. I looked out my driver-side mirror and noted that a female office was getting out of the police vehicle and heading my way.
She said she pulled me over because my lights were not on.
With a confused look, I looked down at the knob that controls the lights. Her eyes followed mine. We both ack…