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My Life - My Organizing Stories Sometimes All You Can Do Is Smile and Breathe Deep Has a complete stranger ever done something kind of rude that astonished you…like one of those “you just have to shake your head in disbelief” sort of moments? I remember going to Body Flow class (kind of like Yoga) one morning and arrived very early. There was only one other lady in the room, sitting all the way on the front left. I placed my mat directly behind her...about 3 feet away and sat on my mat. In the meantime, a woman walks in and proceeds to place her mat right in between me and the lady in front of me...leaving both of us like an inch. I looked around, but Candid Camera did not seem to be on the premises. Perhaps my invisible shield was switched on accidentally. So, I moved to a spot in the center of the room. When I did, the lady moved her mat back a bit (into my original spot)...and when her friend came in, she happily exclaimed, "I saved you a spot!" Thankfully, I was able to recover my chi. I'll bet anything she lives in one of those "half addresses" like 201-1/2 Sycamore Lane. Yes, I could have demanded “my spot” back, but I honesty feel that sometimes it’s just better to smile and breathe deep. I didn’t want to get myself into a tizzy over something so minor…and I’m glad I ended up just ignoring it. Why? Because 1) it gave me a funny story to tell and 2) it kept my blood pressure from rising…compared to many other issues in the world, this one pales in comparison. Besides, if it weren’t for things like this happening, the world would be a pretty boring place.
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My Life - My Organizing Stories Sometimes All You Can Do Is Smile and Breathe Deep Has a complete stranger ever done something kind of rude that astonished you…like one of those “you just have to shake your head in disbelief” sort of moments? I remember going to Body Flow class (kind of like Yoga) one morning and arrived very early. There was only one other lady in the room, sitting all the way on the front left. I placed my mat directly behind her...about 3 feet away and sat on my mat. In the meantime, a woman walks in and proceeds to place her mat right in between me and the lady in front of me...leaving both of us like an inch. I looked around, but Candid Camera did not seem to be on the premises. Perhaps my invisible shield was switched on accidentally. So, I moved to a spot in the center of the room. When I did, the lady moved her mat back a bit (into my original spot)...and when her friend came in, she happily exclaimed, "I saved you a spot!" Thankfully, I was able to recover my chi. I'll bet anything she lives in one of those "half addresses" like 201-1/2 Sycamore Lane. Yes, I could have demanded “my spot” back, but I honesty feel that sometimes it’s just better to smile and breathe deep. I didn’t want to get myself into a tizzy over something so minor…and I’m glad I ended up just ignoring it. Why? Because 1) it gave me a funny story to tell and 2) it kept my blood pressure from rising…compared to many other issues in the world, this one pales in comparison. Besides, if it weren’t for things like this happening, the world would be a pretty boring place.
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