Hello, everyone and welcome to Wednesday, April 25th.  I want to talk about making up our minds and making decisions on our own.  I made an appointment today, and after careful consideration, I cancelled it.  Now I feel guilty and a little shame.  Why can’t I make up my own mind, I ask myself.  What’s wrong with my reasoning skills?  People cancel appointments all the time!  At least I had the foresight to call and cancell to free up that time for someone else.  Still, I feel guilty, and the person I just called as most likely already forgotten about it, so why can’t I?

Do any of you experience these issues?  If so, what do you do to deal with it?  With some deductive reasoning, I noted that I would not actually walk to the location of the now-cancelled appointment, so I called them and cancelled.  I looked on the Google maps, and it is 20 minutes away, by car.  It’s no big deal, and I did the right thing.  And, you know what?  There are appointments available next week, too!  While this appointment is not a top priority, it still needs to be done..  I did do something, and found out that next week would still be available.  It’s not a medical appointment or a social security appointment, so I’m just taking it easy.

Please let me and the rest of the group know what you do/how you handle situations like this!  I’d really appreciate it!  God bless you and have a WONDERFUL WEDNESDAY!

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