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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by drf64, Feb 15, 2019.
well? I'll tell you mine if you go first.
perseverance, now shoot !
I'm good enough, I'm smart enough, and doggone it , people like me
I woke up above the dirt again this morning.
That makes me a winner....through today anyway.
Not being a loser always helps.
I’m 68, 69 in March and still employed in my chosen field. My wife and I have been together since 1974. I have two great kids out on their own doing well. I have two wonderful grandchildren who can’t wait to see me. I’ve visited 49 states and 40 countries. My wife and I drive German performance automobiles. Big vacations each year alternate between International destinations and Hawaii. I play a Telecaster and four other fine guitars. I never could have imagined when I was in college how my life would turn out. I’ve done everything I could have hoped for and more. When I retire at 70 I plan to go back to school to study music. I’m not boasting. I’ve truly been blessed way out of proportion to what I deserve. I guess that makes me a winner.
Being able to look in the mirror and not cringe.
As the Rev says..."even when we're losin' it feels like we are winnin'"
No boss, no wife, no authority figures.
Yes, those things cut both ways.
Those things can bring great joy.
I choose freedom.
I am happy with that choice.
It’s very expensive, but it’s worth it, for me.
When I scan my lottery tickets, they keep coming up, "Sorry, not a winner". If I were a winner, I'd be writing this from my mansion in Costa Rica.
I'm alive, my wife and my dogs love me, I've got some money in my pocket, a roof over my head that don't leak, plenty of food to eat, toys to play with, and a job I dont hate.
I'd say that makes me a winner, and I'm alright.
"Tiger blood and Adonis DNA"
when everyone around me is Ok...
Brown County IN! I love that place.
I have a good wife, a good daughter and a good dog.
Everything else is just gravy.
It’s not material things as mentioned above..got all those. They don’t matter much. It’s a loving family, a life well lived, a couple good guitars and amps and a band to use them in.
Doing what you love to do!