Trust Others As Others Would Trust You

What up, what up, what up my peeps! Today marks my tenth sober day and again… I feel like Tony The fucking Tiger, grrrrreat! No hangover, no nothing at all. I am fucking proud of myself, for making it through last weekend, without having a drop of alcohol. Did I miss drinking a few cold ones? I’m not going to lie… I did and there were a few times that I thought about it, but that was just stinking thinking. Once I focused my mind on something else… I was good to go. I also though about buying non-alcoholic beer, just to tame the beast, but again… that was just stinking thinking. Because if I did  buy non-alcoholic beer, then I would want the real thing. One day at time my peeps, just one day at a time.

On another note, lately I’ve been thinking about my marriage and how we got to where we are in life. My wife and I started dating, about twenty-nine years ago and one of the things that have made our relationship strong is trust. You see, when I was young, for some weird reason, I didn’t trust nobody at all, I don’t know why, I just didn’t. The one person that helped me change that and made me start trusting others, was my wife. She is the type of person, that trusts everybody, it doesn’t matter who it is, she just trusts them. It’s funny, because some people use that against her, but still, she taught me a big lesson, in trusting and helping others. Don’t get me wrong, unlike my wife, there are people who I just don’t trust, but that’s because I might not know the person or they probably did something to me, that made me lose trust in them. They Say that you can’t teach an old dog new tricks. But I can tell you, that who ever came up with that saying, was dead wrong. I am an old dog and I learned new tricks. I guess it just depends on who the trainer is.

Oh, one more thing! The following are my pictures from the 2016-2017 winter storm Stella that  hit the Eastern part of the United States on Tuesday March 14, 2017. One thing that I have to say about the storm is, that we were lucky, that it wasn’t as bad as they were predicting. I couldn’t go to work, but still, it wasn’t that bad. It could have been worst. One last thing… my wife told me that I look fat on the pictures and that I need to lose just a few pounds, even though I lost about sixty pounds, after I had the vertical sleeve gastrectomy back in 2015 . What do you think? Should I lose a few pounds more to look much, much sexier? Bwahahahahaha!

With that said! I am Audi 5000 y’all!

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