33-year-old Alisa Nieves has a happy life, now she wants to make her future happy, too. This Painesville mom hopes to get healthy to enjoy special moments playing with her boys.
Saturday, April 21, 2012
yesterday you said tomorrow
|So I saw this phrase on one of my facebook friends posts. And it reminded me of my everyday life. I say tomorrow all the time, at work, to my kids, and of course to my health. I'm really trying to focus on this and start doing things today. So far I have absolutely failed in this competition. I wasn't aware until recently how many people actually knew I was doing it. Just last night at my sons baseball game someone I haven't seen in almost a year asked me how I was doing. Although I'm not going to win this contest, or even come close, it has made me more aware of everything and that is something I haven't done in awhile. I work with people with addictions at times, and I try so hard to make them aware that they are killing themselves, but here I am doing the same thing. I don't want to die from choices that I make and I'm tired of feeling like I'm 60 years old, or telling my kids maybe next year we will go on a roller coaster. Maybe, just maybe this will be the year for that.|