Fort Pain Field Trip – 7.21.21

15 PAX showed up for an unexpected field trip at #ao-fort-pain this morning!
@Tiny Dancer@Guac@Blue Buffalo@Commodore@Peewee@Jalisco@Timeshare@Procter@Night Light@ToeJam@Underoos@Chowdah@Corncob@Blackout
QIC: @Heidi

Squats, Merkins, BACs, WMHs
#grit-lab challenge:
30 second on/30 second off of the following:
4 rounds of mountain climbers

Thang 1:
Time to mosey towards Thompson’s Station Church!
Stop in the post office parking lot for some squats, then off we go again
Stop in TSC parking lot for some SSH, then head by the sleeping sheriff’s deputy, through the ditch, to the north entrance
Grab a coupon and do 20 squats holding it over your head
On your six for 20 flutter kicks IC while holding the coupon up in the air
Grab your coupon and mosey to the drain pit.

Thang 2:
In the pit, 10 flutter kicks, OYO, IC, while holding the coupon up in the air
Bear crawl to the top of the pit and do 5 burpees
Crab walk back down to the bottom of the pit and start over with the flutter kicks
RnR for 4-5 rounds

Back to the entrance to drop off our coupons, then start moseying back to Fort Pain, stopping a few times along the way for Merkins, Squats, and Politicians.

Back at the FP parking lot, we had just enough time for the following:
30 second on/30 second off of the following:
4 rounds of high knees (#grit-lab)
2 rounds of big boy situps
2 rounds of American Hammers


@Kwame starts our evening run (#ao-primetime) tonight at 7PM, Longview
#csaups are coming up!
Warpath is this Saturday
SOG-I is August 7th
Crucible is August 21st
F3 10 Year Anniversary is coming up in NC

@Chowdah M with lupus
@Offsides M & family at the loss of her father
@Yaris and his marriage
@Baby Gap finishing up his training and returning home
@Tiny Dancer M’s childhood fried found dead yesterday, suspected drug overdose

Think about the things you pray for. YHC recounted a story from a few years ago where a friend sent me a text along the lines of “I’ve just been in a fender bender, I need you to pray that I don’t get a ticket so my insurance rates don’t go up.” My response was, “I’m not going to pray for that.” My reasoning was simple, if I prayed that my friend wouldn’t get the ticket, I’m also praying that someone else WOULD get a ticket, whether they deserved it or not. I’m not going to inadvertently ask God to punish someone else so that my friend’s insurance rates don’t go up. Instead I prayed for clarity for the investigating officer, so that the citation be accurately given to whoever was at fault.

I would encourage you to really think about the things you pray for, or are asked to pray for. Is it something truly worthy of prayer? Is it something that may bring benefit to someone while also inadvertently bringing harm to another? (In the case of the traffic ticket)

While Mark 11:24 says “Therefore I tell you, whatever you ask in prayer, believe that you have received it, and it will be yours”, Philippians 4:8 also states “Finally, brothers, whatever is true, whatever is honorable, whatever is just, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is commendable, if there is any excellence, if there is anything worthy of praise, think about these things.” These are the thoughts that should guide our prayers.

SYITG, Heidi

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