Cork The Whine v.2

As We Look For Peace and No Drama

Already in the third week of the new year, we sometimes go through tough times, tumult, concerning family matters, and just the everyday challenges we sometimes face. I say keep the glass half full because dwelling on the negative is basically energy draining, distracting, and really solves nothing. I like the phrase ‘cork the whine’, and sometimes I have to do just that. Let’s put this all in perspective. If you are facing some challenges that have you down, benchmark your issues with the following people:

Michael Cohen R. Kelly Jason Van Dyke Anyone Testifying Against El Chapo Theresa May The Opiod Addicted Enes Kantar Rudy Giuliani Workers Caught Up With The Government Shutdown

Compare yourself with this list of people. Don’t get me wrong, I am not supporting or condemning their actions or their situation. I am pointing out that in no way, no how we would trade anything for what these people are dealing with or have gotten themselves into. I would prefer to benchmark against someone like Ocean Ramsey. #Ocean Ramsey, who has become one of the world’s authorities on sharks….by swimming with sharks. This past week, she swam with Deep Blue, the 4,000 lb, 20-foot long great white shark sometimes seen on Shark Week. Her comments about her encounter are maybe a bit ‘off-center’ for most of us, but her positive comments and outlook are quite refreshing compared to the news of the day. I know my friend S² would enjoy swimming with Deep Blue as well.

https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/marine-biologist-swims-20-foot-long-great-white-shark-n960241

Adios, stay warm, and have a Funday Sunday!!

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