I Ache, Therefore I Am

The last two days at the gym have been awesome. I have started working out with a group of young guys who are pushing me to my limit. In short, when I left the gym today, every muscle from my neck down was shaking. I will feel it tomorrow for sure, but I needed it.

In other news, I start school in August at Midlands Tech. I am going to pick up an Associates Degree in Computer Technology. This will open some good doors at work down the road. What's even better is that my out of pocket cost will be ZERO.

A Bowflex body and a free education. Not bad for a middle aged, overweight, ex-preacher, pro wrestling try-to-be, who married out of my league and has children who rock!

Speaking of which, Tracy and I, with our struggling credit, have been approved for our new home. In a nutshell, here is what happened:

It was Saturday at approximately 6:00 pm. We were on our way to yet another home place, only to find out they were closed. On a whim, I suggested a place close to the airport that we had talked about visiting before. We pull up and out the door walks Mr. Clarence Pope, a man who I have known for over 25 years. He pulled in a few favors, and we will soon be owners of a fine new home on Tracy's family land. (takes deep breath)

Most of my blogger pals will remember "The Pope." Fondly, I am certain.


Norman said…
Congrats on the new home. I know yall will be very happy having your own place. + NO MORE RENTING!!! Good luck on your weight loss, if working out doesn't work you can always have Frank break your jaw:)
Paula Faye said…
Hey Uncle T!

Very proud of you sticking to your schedule. You are inspiring me. I need to get moving.

Keep it up Buddy! p
Paula Faye said…
Hey Uncle T !

So proud of you sticking to your schedule. You are definitely inspiring me. I need to get up and get a move on. Congrats on the house too!

Keep it up Buddy! p
Rick said…
Losing weight and gaining Clarence Pope? That's an even trade at best - glad to hear things working out, sir :)
James said…
You boys wanna play some ball?

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