A little boy runs across this man who has a truckload of cow manure.
The boy asks him what he is going to do with all of that cow poop.
The man tells the little boy:
“I’m taking it home to put on my strawberries.”
The little boy looks up at the man and says:
“I don’t know where you come from, but where I come from we put cream and sugar on our strawberries.”
Hardy har har 🙂
Ok, that was corny, but what happened to me last week is really crappy.
Had an annoying sinus infection the other day…
The kind where you can’t smell anything beyond your own nasty nose…
Well, I was in the backyard letting my dog out before work…
It’s hot already and I am sweating bullets and my dog wouldn’t do his business…
So I had to let him in early because I was running late.
During the day I kept thinking I was getting the cold shoulder from my coworkers like I had BO or something.
I figured I was being overly sensitive. But people actually moved away from me in the break room when we were having someone’s birthday cake. WTF?
As I was finishing up for the day I noticed something hanging out from under my shoe.
I take the shoe off and realize it is dog crap smeared all over with the dead grass holding it firmly in place.
Most everyone is gone and will never believe me tomorrow.
Great. Effin great.
Moral of the story…sh*t happens!
Maybe you lock your keys in the car…
Your GPS watch dies midway into your run…
Misplace wallet, phone, or water bottle…
Life is full of unpredictable events. Sometimes bad things just happen and are unavoidable.
Remember that it is impossible to learn and grow and become a successful person without difficulties.
When adversity threatens to poop on your parade…
The Runner’s High physical newsletter will save your day 🙂
By digesting its pages…
You can start moving forward in life by keeping your thoughts on your goals, dreams, and on the person, you are working toward becoming.
When you let the lessons sink in…
They will help you maintain a positive attitude, be cheerful, and resist every temptation toward negativity and disappointment.
To “Just Say No to Sh*tty Days” for good…
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Poop ya very much,