Hovering: A verb. It means to “Remain poised in one place, typically with slight but undirected movement.”
I am hovering.
I have been hovering for a while and I need someone/something to come get me out of this “hovering” position.
Unfortunately, I am in charge of my own aircraft. I am the pilot.
I cannot give the wheel to someone else to “take over” for me.
I must fly it myself.
I do have passengers. I have a co-pilot, Jason who encourages me and helps me fly. I have family members and friends sitting in seats very close to me. I have you always there to hold me accountable. However, I am the only one who can fly the plane.
My weight loss journey.
And…now, I am hovering.
How do I get moving again? I know it is a simple decision. Put one foot in front of the other. Choose healthy foods and say no to bad ones. Get moving in the right direction.
STOP hovering and move it.
Why is that so hard?
Why do ice cream, Taco Bell, and Girl Scout Cookies taste so good?
How much longer can I hover? I can’t hover forever…I will run out of gas.
I either have to go forward or go back.
And…there is no way in hell I am going back.
So, I better get moving in the right direction. Start making good decisions and move past all the bad ones I have made lately.
My first step will be going to Weight Watchers and weighing in on Monday.
I’m done hovering.
Time to face the music, knock it off and move on.
This hovercraft is finally going to become a jet…
Now, I just have to remember how to fly this darn plane!