Starting a Saturday with a cheeseburger for breakfast . . . lol
Some great cardio at the gym . . .
A peaceful ninety minute drive to a watery location . . .
Plenty of sunshine and warm temperatures . . .
An early start to happy hour with some family and friends . . .
Phone rings at 5 pm . . .
Answering it with, Hey Bro, wish you were here!
Followed by silence, then shocking words delivered slowly . . . I have something to tell you . . .
Nothing will bring a great day to a screeching halt like hearing the news that a dear friend has cancer . . . NOTHING! How do we deal with that? Answer? With difficulty, at least at first . . . I'll say this, however . . . This man will deal with it with grace and strength . . . He'll feel just as badly for friends and family as they will for him . . . He'll be cheering them up . . . And, he won't take anything in life for granted . . . He'll live each day, as the cliche says, as if it were his last . . . He'll be an inspiration to all those around him . . . This is VERY serious cancer, as cancer goes . . . He won't give in . . .
L'air is the Miracle Man . . . Is there room for another?
Life is beautiful baby!
Peace and love . . .
Until next time . . . Ciao!!