Think about the things you used to worry about. When I was younger, I was worried about getting good grades. I worried about hitting a curve ball. When I was in the Army, I was worried about how tight I made my bed. When I was married and we were raising five daughters, I wondered if we’d have enough money until the end of the month. Funny how we worry about lots of things and worry never solved a single one of them. Hard work did. Although, I never learned to hit a curve ball no matter how many practice pitches my dad tossed my way. I’m not going to worry about COVID-19. I’ll do my best to do the right things. I’m not going to worry about the election. I’ll get informed and vote my conscience. I’m feeling better already.
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