Friday, July 13, 2012

Guess what Bally did after he puked

Yesterday afternoon old Bally the Dog puked in the lake. And then guess what he did next?

Now let me back up a second…you see, whenever he goes in the water he gets so excited that he drinks in as much water as he can, and it must go down the wrong tube because he always gags. Every time.

But this time, in crowded Lake Ontario, he puked up his lunch.

Fortunately, it wasn't a water-clearing incident like what happened in Caddyshack.

Instead, a little boy beside him started laughing and his mom said, "Don't worry about it. It's not the dirtiest thing in this water." LOL. She's right.

But Bally did the best to fix the situation by gobbling up whatever pieces of vomited kibble he could find.

However, this warning remains…if you're in Lake Ontario this weekend, keep your eye out for floating dog food…

Hope you enjoyed this Friday afternoon funny story courtesy of another zany adventure from Bally the Dog.

Good times. Just like these workouts:

Bodyweight CHAOS and 3's Company Workout Finishers (try these out in your next workout)


Today's Kickbutt Mindset Tips:
The biggest lie we tell ourselves is when we say, "I can't do this. I can't do that". The truth is you don't want to. At least be honest. Start with that. Then see where you can go from there. Take a tiny step into the waters of "Lake Cant" and see if perhaps it's not as cold, dark and deep as you thought it once was. If you try, you will find you You Can.

The mistakes of your past are not who you are now. No matter what you've done in your life you have a second chance that starts today. It is your time to choose who you will be and who you will become, for the rest of your life. You are certainly not too broke to add value to the world, to give, create or inspire. If you need to, let the past go and start fresh, right here, right now.

What it really takes to change your life

Great essay full of #truth - 3 ways to get rich by Mark Ford

Important read on joint ventures and publishing partners

Have a great weekend,

Craig Ballantyne, CTT
Certified Turbulence Trainer

PS - "You have enemies? Good. That means you've stood up for something, sometime in your life." - Winston Churchill

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