We all have choses to make but what path do we choose? There is always going to be an easier, less bumpy, maybe even paved road but let's face it, it's not always the most fulfilling decision.
The path I was on—the easy one— led me to have a stroke. I did rehab for two and half years and speech therapy for one and half years. I chose alcohol and then chose rehab. Today I've chosen a different path for my life—one of health and stunning vistas.
The only way we know we’ve chosen the wrong path is when we see the end of the path in front of us. Pave a new path for yourself today. There is so much life to live and sights to see.
You’ll see me struggle but you’ll never see me quit.
Elevation snowshoeing up Ch-Paa-Qn peak (Squaw peak). Push through the pain. Stay Strong.
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Article by Mike Tucker
Originally published in Missoula Valley Lifestyle