“Life is not fair.” Such a simple statement to explain the ugly junk thrown my way.
I could have made it home safely with only three blocks to go. The cop was just waiting for me to leave Buddy Bar. Jail time.
Several “great” companies I started should not have gone down the tubes. How could I know the country would hit a major recession and gas would be rationed?
How did I get stuck with three back surgeries, two hip replacements and a widowmaker heart attack? I didn’t deserve all that down time and pain.
“Life is not fair.” What about all the good stuff sent my way?
I married right. Both times.
I have intelligent, kind and loving children, even when my parenting skills were less than perfect.
I had the luck and privilege to work with a remarkably talented staff for 33 years at The Change Companies.
It’s true: Life is not fair. Yet, I came out on top.
How about you?