Today I am thankful for adrenaline. When my adrenaline kicks in, I somehow find a way to take action in emergency situations and press through moments of nervousness and fear, as well as fatigue and exhaustion. And, though, adrenaline is not what makes it possible for me to do those things, it helps me to handle those tasks without focusing on the circumstances or the possible outcomes.
Adrenaline helps me to do what I need to do, when I need to do it, without hesitating or taking the time to talk myself out of doing what I need to do, and it prevents me from second guessing myself. In effect, it is a physical boost of power that, in many ways, echoes the sentiments of my greatest supporters when they say, “you can and you will,” while refusing to let me off of the hook. And for that my appreciation knows no bounds. #lovebythedrop