How to Make the Best of a Bad Situation

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I really needed a relatable read like this.  In the past weeks, I’ve broken my weed whacker, the toilet in the guest bathroom, the stick for the pool net, the pool vacuum, and just about every other tool or device that I use to work in or out of my house.  I’ve tried convincing my girlfriend that this is a sign that I shouldn’t have to do yard work anymore, but it just isn’t working.

Check out Oliver Grey’s success at finding a positive in a completely random incident of something breaking for no reason at all whatsoever.  Also, grab a six-pack of the most obscure microbrew you can find and snuggle up with the rest of his blog.  It will make for a great Friday night, I promise.

How to Make the Best of a Bad Situation.

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