Right Where I'm Supposed To Be
Hard work pays off you guys.
I can remember working as many jobs as I could after college & meeting as many people as I could; I knew it wasn't what I knew, but who I knew. I said yes to every opportunity. Meet the right people; open the right doors. If they don't open, it's not your door.
7 days a week I worked my ass off at 3...sometimes 4 jobs (the NASCAR/Miller Lite promo years were the best!), promoting local business, promoting liquor & beer until 2am and getting up at 6am to be at my "real job" by 8. It was exhausting. Fun but exhausting. I can remember praying for the things I have now.
I had no idea how I was going to survive but somehow, someway I did. I embraced the uncertainty. I had to. It was terrifying, but I had faith it would work out. And it did.
I'm feeling extremely thankful for the opportunities that I've had & the people that I've met along the way. If you've been on this roller coaster of life with me (including the personal tragedies) & stuck by me: THANK YOU! Hard work pays off you guys.
Life is tough, but so are you! ♥️
ps. I'm down to 2 jobs ;)