Adversity, as described by Merriam-Webster dictionary means a state, condition, or instance of serious or continued difficulty or adverse fortune.
Good to know, although I truly didn’t need the dictionary to update me of what a complex week it had been or continued to be over the weekend; my team lost -beat by Jules team, Kentucky. “Hey thanks there old friend, appreciate you!” (…just teasing! NO hard feelings!)
However, what I refrained from also sharing was I also had a lump on my tongue that necessitated being removed to be biopsied. Monday afternoon was my appointment for it to be detached.
CRIPES! …that sucker hurt! Boo Hoo! AND I got three stitches on my tongue- NOT a pleasant way to ease into a new week.
However, it’s finished. D-O-N-E! Today was a positive day!
Progress reports-check! A few errors made last week corrected-check! Tongue healing-check!
And support of friends and loved ones-double and even triple check!
You all amaze me with your kind expressions, support, reminders of which I require to hear from time to time, that life is, well, life. Lessons are to be learned and you reminded me the positives of being human.
So I thank you ALL from the crevice of my heart and please recognize:
“In prosperity, our friends know us; in adversity, we know our friends”
By John Churton Collins