Posts Tagged ‘sore loser’


Monday, February 8th, 2016

My favorite Superbowl commercial was SuperBowl Babies! I loved it! If you watched the game then you know how weird and creepy a lot of the ads were. It seems like the goal is to be as “out there” and strange as a 30 second interruption can be. Not my thing.

Sort of like….

jersey locked

Buying a new jersey on Saturday night and getting home to a little extra something.

Thanks, Champs! Way to go!


No fear. Hubby and I are now officially certified in shoplifting anything of value. We “self-trained” ourselves to remove security tags right at home in our master bedroom. Goals. Goals I didn’t even know I was set to accomplish. Win.

The outcome of the game was all I really cared about and Peyton Manning and the Broncos didn’t disappoint. { 10 – 24 } Yippee!

Oh, but you know all about the game! What you need is some encouragement to keep on keeping on, don’t you? If you were paying attention you caught a glimpse of what a loser looks like after the game. A sore loser.

Cam Newton showed the world his disappointment in a pretty pathetic way. Slumped down in a chair pouting like a high-school punk with his hoodie hanging over his face…

Reminding us, he’s no Peyton Manning.

His interview made me think of all the times I’ve been mad or frustrated with my husband and I’ve REACTED in a less than flattering way.

Oh yea, I’ve been a real jerk. I’ve shown my feelings through my body language, smart quick answers and negative tone. Many many times over the last 26 years. Why? Because I’m selfish and human. There’s not a person on the earth that doesn’t know how to make the other partner PAY FOR HIS OR HER CRIMES!

Well, maybe you don’t. But I do.

Today’s challenge: BE SUPER GRACIOUS


1) When you’re really feeling those anger emotions creeping up – STOP and think, IS THIS REALLY GOING TO MATTER in the end?

2) Forgive – Say it, behave like it and do it.

3) Watch your body language – Believe it or not, everyone can tell when you’re mad. Can’t hide it. So, loosen up. Be a Peyton not a Cam.

Grace is a gift. Whether we’re the giver or the receiver. It’s a very expensive and lavish gift. It costs someone something to give it. Don’t take it for granted. You never know when it’s going to be you that NEEDS IT! So lovingly give it with all your heart.