“We didn’t know we couldn’t do it, but we did it anyway!”
“Just do it…then only afterwards work out HOW you did it.”
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and
“It always seems impossible…until it gets done”
– Nelson Mandela
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(enough there for now, c)”We didn’t know we couldn’t do it, but we did it anyway!”
“Just do it…then only afterwards work out HOW you did it.”
http://www.craigsquotes.wordpress.com

and
“It always seems impossible…until it gets done”
– Nelson Mandela
from http://www.mandelamadiba.worrpress.com

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(enough there for now, c)

Allan Boss

My dad used to say that I had legs for pulling a plow. My sister would say, in reference to my size 14s, that I had a “good understanding.” And I used to say I was strong like bull, smart like tractor. We joked about my strength. I didn’t look like a body builder, but I was powerful in a sort of torque vs horsepower kind of way.

But in the first couple of years after the accident I wasn’t strong. My body shook uncontrollably at the oddest moments. I spent months in a hospital bed. I spent day’s laying on the couch, watching TV, eating, and playing guitar as well as my semi paralyzed fingers could manage. This “laziness” meant my muscles were shrinking and muscle atrophy from disuse can last a lifetime.

I was a burden on those around me.

Dad worked. Mom worked. And dad wanted…

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