I am a firm believer in trying to see what life is teaching at any one moment. I have always felt that – for better or for worse – I have been responsible for what's happened in my life. Now that's not to say that I was born with a silver spoon in my mouth, under a blue moon or having had a ticket to easy street slipped in my pocket.
The short and sweet of it is that I have always tried to make the best of whatever situation I found myself in. I've made good decisions. I've made bad decisions. I've even embarrassed myself – very publicly at times. But no matter what, I've pulled myself up by my bootstraps with the belief that tomorrow is another day.
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