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Re: Ambition?

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+1 for getting a phisical. If there is no health reason for the lack of ambition,start by giving thanks for what you have(health,able to feed and shelter your family and at least a hundred more pluse you are 42 instead of 92.

Pleasure and sense of self worth comes in many diffenent ways to many different people,find yours. It's not nessary to undertake a full bore car or tractor restoration. The same man stops at a stream near me to fish. He is dressed in suit and tie when he arrives but is in waders within 3 minutes headed down the bank. He's there from 10 to 30 minutes most days but I suspect the lingth of time there is of little concurn to him. Think it over.
There are things you and your kids can injoy togeather,you need to find some.

Somthing simple as going out for breakfast or mutaly injoyed board game is a start and likly opens other unseen doors. Shared intrests are going to come and go. You should come and go with it. Bridging generation gap isn't easy but sure is benificial to both parties when sucessful. For me it has been camping and hunting. #1 son and I until he discovered girls and started again when #1 grandson was 7. When #1 g.son found girls,#1 son,#2 grandson and me continued. Two years ago #1 grandson was back but #2 was comi9ng into rut. I am confident #2 g.son will be back and hopfully I am still able and there is one or more younguns also. The benifit to both generations comes in the form of my knowledge and financial support for them,erecting blinds in 100+ deg weather,hauling firewood and other chores I find difficult for me. Sense of satisfaction and worth for them is knowing how to dress what they kill and properly cape tropheies. For me it has been leaving the legacy of knowledge. For all of us,priceless.

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