I have been thinking about how many visually impaired people only see their limitations and don’t recognize the possibilities they have.
We went to the older granddaughters’ softball thing last night. I can’t really see what they’re doing, so I play with the younger ones. Last night that involved horsey rides and running around.
While I was drinking my coffee, I realized just how thankful I am that I stopped loading it up with sugar. I used to use a ton of it without realizing it. Now I drink it black unless I get a coffee when we’re out to eat. I sometimes use creamer then.
One in a while something comes up that reminds me how I am no longer able to be an organ donor or blood donor. Considering I have received donor corneas as soon as I was able to add organ donor to my ID I did so that should something happened to me my no longer needed organs could potentially help someone or give someone else a second chance at life.
I find it interesting and disgusting to see the sheer number of machines and fad diets to lose fat. Work hard and be consistent is all you need to do to make yourself better.
A bill was introduced in Mississippi to ban obese people from restaurants. I can’t imagine this would pass. It seems too much like discrimination to me. Some people are overweight due to health problems they can’t control and it just seems unfair to not let them enjoy dining out. I don’t feel the state has the right to tell people where they can eat or tell the establishment that they can’t serve those people and lose the money.