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Filed Under (Uncategorized) by vri8er on 13-02-2009

This expression generally signifies a resignation or an acceptance of what is to come. In saying ’so be it’, one acknowledges that one either supports or is neutral towards a particular action or circumstance, represented by the indefinite pronoun ‘it’.

An example would be:

you feel a snap in your right leg.

Lose your balance and fall to the ground.

Looking behind you to find who kicked you.

Discover no one’s there.

You rise up but understand you can’t walk no more.

“So be it.”

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Achilles gone 09 feb 2009

operation done 12 feb 2009

Day one soon gone

Tomorrow I am going to create my work out plan.

Comments

matthew on 13 February, 2009 at 3:17 pm #

good attitude, so be it. My friend that got me into the football league feels bad about it, i told him, Look, i don’t feel bad it happened, “so be it” regardless of what i was doing that day it was my destiny to pop my achilles, playing football is a lot more cool then if i were i don’t know doing dishes, or moping the kitchen. jumping to dust the ceiling. it happened the injury’s over all we can do now is get better and try to prevent future ruptures. good luck, i am a piddly week ahead of you i was fixed up on 2-5-09


ganahlsearch on 13 February, 2009 at 10:29 pm #

Welcome to the team! Best of luck in your surgery and rehab. Looking forward to reading more of your posts.


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