Anyway, I was eating some cold pork n beans for supper, cause my bride and youngest were having turkey sloppy joes. There wasn’t much bread left and I wasn’t in the mood to see if there was any bread left in Alamo. So I grabbed the beans out of the pantry and pretended I was back on a job site in the middle of nowhere. I don’t know, I guess I grew up the wrong way, but we always looked at hard times with a bit of stubbornness and humor. A lot of folks today when they go through a bad spell they want to get mad and turn to jealousy and hatred. I know all about that, cause for a long time I found myself doing the same thing.
I ain’t saying you just got to live with your given situation. I mean, you know my story I was totally unhealthy and practically ringing heaven’s doorbell. But I made up my mind to do something about it. Now several years later I’m 130 lbs. lighter, off my blood pressure meds, my A1C is 5.3, and with my last surgery my AFib has stopped. Now I still plenty of other problems to work on, like my attitude and frame of mind. But with enough patience and a little bit of humor, I’m pretty much enjoying this journey. The question now is, what are you doing to improve yours?