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80s, Bless Up, and Clock: Meet Eddie, the Hospital Therapy Dog who is always carrying around his bookbag of toys and can always be found in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit @DrSmashlove Reddit u/Stuffy Unicorn Part 2 (see previous post for Part 1): Heโ€™d leap out of his truck wearing overalls and construction boots and a trucker cap - not Ed Hardy but a real one, an unironic one lol. And he look like Tom Brady in the face but he burly like Tom Hardy. And he got no shirt under the overalls just manly. And my girl like โ€œArenโ€™t you cold?โ€ And in a syrupy southern drawl he say โ€œmayam - I werked one year as longshoreman in Alasker. One tam - my toes done froze off, lost two. But I survaved. An I donโ€™t git cold no mowar. ๐Ÿค โ€ He reach under the steering wheel, pop the hood, walk around, flicks it open, props it up with only his arm, grab wiper fluid out of the bed of his truck which also houses a deer he just shot, opens it with his mouth, pours the fluid, replaces the cap. Iโ€™m in awe. My girl even more in awe. He grab a blanket out of his truck and wrap up my girl and he like โ€œjust makin sure yer old ladyโ€™s warm, sir ๐Ÿ˜Œ. Would yall lak to come to my home for some deer steaks before continuing yer journey?โ€ And Iโ€™m like โ€œwow what a gracious offer u know what MSNBC and CNN are wrong about yโ€™all, rednecks are amazing peopleโ€ and just then. Right then. My girl hop out the whip. Iโ€™m like โ€œWOMAN! ITโ€™S SNOWING?โ€ And she like โ€œyou donโ€™t want steak then suit yourself Iโ€™M HUNGRY. We could have stopped at Ponderosa like I asked but you said we almost home WELL SMASH WE AINโ€™T.โ€ And with that she retreat to the redneckโ€™s truck. โ€œBut baby,โ€ I said. โ€œWe got a nice home. Like the republican Family in Strangers things ๐Ÿ˜ฅ.โ€ โ€œThat might be trueโ€ she say โ€œbut money canโ€™t buy happiness.โ€ And just like that they ride off in the sunset. People always say โ€œI was born in the wrong era.โ€ BIH! NOT ME! In the 80s u could lose ya girl over wiper fluid! Iโ€™m not handy but I know how a Neapolitan suit should fit in the shoulder and how to tastefully appoint a living room with Eames chairs and Mies van der Rohe bench but still make it vibe with heirloom pieces like a grandfather clock! Bish Iโ€™m aesthetic asf! I was raised with sisters! And itโ€™s ladies who, combined with my wondrous tung and pipe game, and my brand of earnest empathy, accept my type of manliness lol! Thank you God!! Bless up! ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚
80s, Bless Up, and Clock: Meet Eddie, the Hospital Therapy Dog who
 is always carrying around his bookbag of
 toys and can always be found in the
 Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
 @DrSmashlove
 Reddit u/Stuffy Unicorn
Part 2 (see previous post for Part 1): Heโ€™d leap out of his truck wearing overalls and construction boots and a trucker cap - not Ed Hardy but a real one, an unironic one lol. And he look like Tom Brady in the face but he burly like Tom Hardy. And he got no shirt under the overalls just manly. And my girl like โ€œArenโ€™t you cold?โ€ And in a syrupy southern drawl he say โ€œmayam - I werked one year as longshoreman in Alasker. One tam - my toes done froze off, lost two. But I survaved. An I donโ€™t git cold no mowar. ๐Ÿค โ€ He reach under the steering wheel, pop the hood, walk around, flicks it open, props it up with only his arm, grab wiper fluid out of the bed of his truck which also houses a deer he just shot, opens it with his mouth, pours the fluid, replaces the cap. Iโ€™m in awe. My girl even more in awe. He grab a blanket out of his truck and wrap up my girl and he like โ€œjust makin sure yer old ladyโ€™s warm, sir ๐Ÿ˜Œ. Would yall lak to come to my home for some deer steaks before continuing yer journey?โ€ And Iโ€™m like โ€œwow what a gracious offer u know what MSNBC and CNN are wrong about yโ€™all, rednecks are amazing peopleโ€ and just then. Right then. My girl hop out the whip. Iโ€™m like โ€œWOMAN! ITโ€™S SNOWING?โ€ And she like โ€œyou donโ€™t want steak then suit yourself Iโ€™M HUNGRY. We could have stopped at Ponderosa like I asked but you said we almost home WELL SMASH WE AINโ€™T.โ€ And with that she retreat to the redneckโ€™s truck. โ€œBut baby,โ€ I said. โ€œWe got a nice home. Like the republican Family in Strangers things ๐Ÿ˜ฅ.โ€ โ€œThat might be trueโ€ she say โ€œbut money canโ€™t buy happiness.โ€ And just like that they ride off in the sunset. People always say โ€œI was born in the wrong era.โ€ BIH! NOT ME! In the 80s u could lose ya girl over wiper fluid! Iโ€™m not handy but I know how a Neapolitan suit should fit in the shoulder and how to tastefully appoint a living room with Eames chairs and Mies van der Rohe bench but still make it vibe with heirloom pieces like a grandfather clock! Bish Iโ€™m aesthetic asf! I was raised with sisters! And itโ€™s ladies who, combined with my wondrous tung and pipe game, and my brand of earnest empathy, accept my type of manliness lol! Thank you God!! Bless up! ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

Part 2 (see previous post for Part 1): Heโ€™d leap out of his truck wearing overalls and construction boots and a trucker cap - not Ed Hardy b...

Clock, Disappointed, and Fresh: KEEP GRINDING YOUR DAY IS COMING! Keep grinding, even if you donโ€™t feel like it! No matter what kind of work you do, you'll always have days you donโ€™t feel motivated. Running a business is exciting and challenging, but also boring and mundane sometimes. Itโ€™s human nature to get distracted, frustrated and disappointed now and then. The key is knowing how to get back on track so your business doesnโ€™t suffer. ๐Ÿค” โœ”๏ธMake a schedule. Not reporting to an office every day or punching a clock can be an amazing thing. It also can pose a tremendous challenge. You can wake up when you want, take breaks when you want, eat when you want and stop working when you want. With so much autonomy, it's important to discipline yourself by setting a daily schedule. Thatโ€™s key! โœ”๏ธTake breaks throughout the day. Design your daily schedule with short breaks in mind. Limit each to 10 or 20 minutes, or you risk getting swept into a sucking hole of unproductivity. These breaks are particularly helpful if you're struggling with a problem. Take a step back, focus on something else, and come back with fresh eyes. Consider taking a quick walk outside or engaging in some other form of activity. Get a glass of water, meditate or surf social media to shift your mindset. โœ”๏ธTake advantage of flexibility. Nowhere is it written that you have to stare at a computer screen in your own home or workspace every day. Try changing it up: Work from a coffee house one day, a library the next and a park the day after that. Changing your scenery will keep you on your toes and might even pique your creativity. โœ”๏ธThink about the future. You set goals when you first started your business, and you know you must continue to adapt those objectives as time goes on. If you feel yourself procrastinating or getting distracted, ask yourself how meeting those goals will affect your future. Where do you want your business to be in six months, a year, or five years? How will your daily work help you achieve your ambitions? And how much better will your personal and professional life be once you reach each milestone? KEEP grinding! Your time will come. - success grind millionairementor
Clock, Disappointed, and Fresh: KEEP GRINDING
 YOUR DAY IS COMING!
Keep grinding, even if you donโ€™t feel like it! No matter what kind of work you do, you'll always have days you donโ€™t feel motivated. Running a business is exciting and challenging, but also boring and mundane sometimes. Itโ€™s human nature to get distracted, frustrated and disappointed now and then. The key is knowing how to get back on track so your business doesnโ€™t suffer. ๐Ÿค” โœ”๏ธMake a schedule. Not reporting to an office every day or punching a clock can be an amazing thing. It also can pose a tremendous challenge. You can wake up when you want, take breaks when you want, eat when you want and stop working when you want. With so much autonomy, it's important to discipline yourself by setting a daily schedule. Thatโ€™s key! โœ”๏ธTake breaks throughout the day. Design your daily schedule with short breaks in mind. Limit each to 10 or 20 minutes, or you risk getting swept into a sucking hole of unproductivity. These breaks are particularly helpful if you're struggling with a problem. Take a step back, focus on something else, and come back with fresh eyes. Consider taking a quick walk outside or engaging in some other form of activity. Get a glass of water, meditate or surf social media to shift your mindset. โœ”๏ธTake advantage of flexibility. Nowhere is it written that you have to stare at a computer screen in your own home or workspace every day. Try changing it up: Work from a coffee house one day, a library the next and a park the day after that. Changing your scenery will keep you on your toes and might even pique your creativity. โœ”๏ธThink about the future. You set goals when you first started your business, and you know you must continue to adapt those objectives as time goes on. If you feel yourself procrastinating or getting distracted, ask yourself how meeting those goals will affect your future. Where do you want your business to be in six months, a year, or five years? How will your daily work help you achieve your ambitions? And how much better will your personal and professional life be once you reach each milestone? KEEP grinding! Your time will come. - success grind millionairementor

Keep grinding, even if you donโ€™t feel like it! No matter what kind of work you do, you'll always have days you donโ€™t feel motivated. Running...