Pretty Sneaky Ice T…
QIC: Ice T
Number of Pax: 14
Pax Names: Ice T, Hartford, Fleetwood, Lucky Charms, Swap, Rembrandt, The Situation, Pop Up, Hard Drive, Twinkle Toes, Dump Truck, Odd Job
Number of FNGs: 1
FNG Names: Mall Cop — Welcome. Springsteen was going to be too cool!
Warm-O-Rama: Mosey to the Basketball Court. PAX knew instinctively where to go.
As usual out of breath
5 Copperhead Merkins
Sun Gods OYO
Michael Phelps OYO
Split up into Four Groups
The Thang: Connect Four ....
Each Group starts at their own corner of full length Basketball Court with an exercise. Start with 10 reps and move to next corner 20, 30, & then 40.
Mode of transportation from each corner. Length of court is Bear Crawl. Width of the court Lunges. Back length of court Crawl Bear, Width of court Lounges.
After each Rotation chAnge exercise
1) Big Boy Sit Ups - 10, 20, 30 & 40
2) Shoulder Taps - 10, 20, 30, & 40
3) Burbees - Q showed mercy and modified to 5, 10, 15, & 20.
4) Rosalitas— 10, 20, 30, & 40. Q modified mode of transportation. Switch length to lunges and width to Bear Crawl/Crawl Bear
5) American Hammers ( 2 Count ) 10,20,30,40
Indian ( Multi cultural ) Run to the flag
COT: Multiple family members with cancer concerns. Prayer for Gekko recovery. Prayers for Swaps trip to Israel. Discussed letting Gekko Q a workout while recovering as well as Kobalt. Reminder that we are living examples to others around us & to treat people with kindness & respect. Mentioned 3rd F for tomorrow.
Naked Man Moleskin: God loves us with fierceness and tenderness. The scope of his love is shocking. It’s infinite, in fact—because he is. It burns bright and hot and true.
But He does tell us what kind of actions he most prefers, the kind that bring joy—to us and to him. And it’s less about hours logged in pews on Sundays or how many times we read through the Gospels. What regulates his joy—and ours—is how we treat people around us. It’s if we’re kind, and how well we notice and meet the needs of people in our close proximity.
“Be easy on people; you’ll find life a lot easier. Give away your life; you’ll find life given back, but not merely given back—given back with bonus and blessing. Giving, not getting, is the way. Generosity begets generosity”
Okay, so what do we do?
Throughout your day, today, imagine a circle—one with a 2-meter radius, you at the center. Notice who comes into that circle. Learn their names. Treat them with care and notice their needs—friendship, mercy, love, hope—and consider how you might help meet those needs.
(There’s nothing special about 2m. What matters is increasing intentionality. And, truly, a man could spend his entire lifetime just trying to meet the needs of people who’d come into his 2m circle—so, it’s a good place to start.)