- This was the first sentence - "Sherry, I've wanted to comment on some of your recent posts." (Note: She doesn't even know how to spell my name!)
- "I can't believe you still workout as much as you do. And is it really safe for you to be lifting all those weights and entering a competition? I would think your trainer would not want you doing so much." (She obviously doesn't know my trainer, nor does she know he pushes me harder than I push myself sometimes!)
- "You really should focus more on eating healthy." (What the hell? My cheat meals are healthier than most people's regular diets!)
- "Statistics show working out 3 to 4 times a week is beneficial. You work out 2 to 3 times a day, which most people would find excessive and less likely to do you any good." (Hmm...considering she didn't attach any references, I'll just assume she pulled that one out of her ass)
- "I've noticed you are promoting wrestling and it involves children. Is this not sending the wrong message to these kids?" (What????? You mean the message these guys are out their doing something to help fight childhood cancer? That message?)
- "Kids today need positive role models and not people who encourage fighting." (Again I say, WHAT????? She obviously didn't check out what WFC was all about or she would know all these guys (the "good" and "bad" guys) are all good role models and are there to help bring the communities together to support a child who is fighting cancer!)
- "I see the passion you have for your singing and violin at church, and that is where your focus should be. That is the message you should be sending to the kids and everyone." (Last I checked there are other positive messages outside of church)
These are just a few pictures I've taken at Wrestling For A Cause events. McKoy is pictured there with is father and twin brother on the right, and as you can see on the left "The Fight for Keaton" is coming up next Sunday. These are just a couple of many kids who are fighting cancer, and I don't think these guys getting out there and fighting to help raise money for their fight is sending any type of negative message. And if I had kids, I would only hope they had role models like these guys.
And then here is a picture of one of our Saturday sessions at Fitness Together! This is just a small portion of my FT Family! These people are always there for me through all my ups and downs, and knowing I'm able to motivate and inspire them by what I've been able to accomplish just helps me be even better.