She joined the cafe about 3 months ago. We were going bankrupt but the boss was too nice to kick her out. She had a green dress and liquid eyes. The kind that always show kindness. The first shift I had with her showed the true genius inside. There were never many people in the pub, usually just the depressed guy that's been here since Friday. She went up to him and struck up a conversation. Later the drunk man came up to me and asked if he could hang out a sign outside. It turned out the guy was an artist. I agreed, our sign was in shambles anyways, what harm could the guy do? The next day I followed a trail of paint to the restaurant. Throughout the night the artist and the new girl had painted the building anew. Inside and outside, it was a new building. I asked them how they did it, they asked me to help them build a deck. Together we spent the day crafting a deck. The girl was genius getting the city construction workers to help by offering free beers. By the end of the day we had a new deck and a cheerful group of city workers buying us out. Everyday there was something new done. A new creative drink that everyone wanted to try. A spicy hot wing challenge that got our name on the map after one guy got sent to a hospital. Everyday the girl came in and saved the business, bit by bit. She never asked for a raise or expected to be treated like a queen. One day she was gone, we don't know where she went but she saved this pub. Now, I own it with the artist. We've taken bets on whether or not she'll be back. I know that she will just move on and help other people. What else could it be?
I got this... I will not fail... I have come so far to go back! A little snippet of today's workout.
Losing the weight I lost was a challenge... it's still a challenge... but I will take it day by day
When I do squats & deadlifts... I like to do it barefoot for stability (hence me not wearing sneakers)