Grandpa never wrote much about adversity. The most he seemed to write about was bad weather.
Feb 11, 1903 he wrote “Foggy and cold rain in evening. All pupils in school. Was going to haul ice after school but it rained — adverse weather put a stop to those plans.”
May your adverse situations be only an inconvenience to your daily routine.
So, I scanned my photo files to see what adverse things I photographed – hope none were too serious.
That fishing line on my leg makes me work hard to get air born. “HOT OIL WARNING LIGHT” –A safe emergency landing on our golf course by a young lady pilot. And I missed an easy putt. Blame it on the helicopter.Same hole a month or so later. And I missed an easy putt. Blame it on the rain. You may have noticed — In the game of golf, “blame” is always good.“My antler and ear show what it takes to be a winner. You still want to be a winner?”