Find something good
To the Editor:
I read editorials just about every day and I've come to the conclusion that some people just aren't happy.
The governor said this; the senate didn't do that. Whine, whine, whine.
Three weeks ago (Wednesday), a local newspaper came out with a positive article about my family's sauce recipe, which may say was a shot in the arm. The following day, I was leveled by a heart attack, whisked away to Maine Central in Lewiston for 11 days.
Now, nine days home makes you ponder about the luck of the draw. My luck was simply having the best team of surgeons, doctors, technicians, nurses and specialists I've ever seen. They didn't just monitor and operate. They cared and nurtured me back to a new lease on life.
Friends from Kt. Kent visited, as well as a former employer, cardiac volunteers, my wife, my wife and my wife.
Man, I was anxious to leave the hospital. And when I did, I missed the place.
So I'm going back, just to visit, just to say "hi," and and thank the most caring human being I've ever met.
Now, for those of you who have an editorial to write, think about how lucky you are to whine and then, just maybe, some day, you'll find something good in your life that'll make you happy, positively lucky, to be alive.