The results follow:
Most people do not like their jobs. Instead they view their chosen occupation as little more than the means to an end, a necessary evil, the vehicle which provides the ability to periodically indulge in that which they do indeed love.
Those who do truly love their jobs are fortunate but few.
The inherent joy brought by a grandchild is by design, indescribable.
A puppy is the only creature alive that remains cute even after repeatedly pooping in the middle of the kitchen floor.
True friends are few and not to be taken for granted.
All people want a better life but many are unwilling to make the sacrifices and take the necessary risks to improve their circumstances.
The more I wear a tie, the more I’m convinced they should go the way of the 8-Track tape.
Parties are more fun when hosted by someone else.
Wearing the same running clothes for three consecutive days takes me to an entirely new level of grossness.
Hindsight is often cruel.
Crossword puzzles are a healthy addiction.
No matter how tired I am or how good the bed feels, getting up in the morning and going for a run seems to always be worth it.
Finding the perfect birthday card is proof that God exists.
As a rule, professional athletes are profoundly overrated and grossly overpaid.
People who willingly appear on programs such as the Jerry Springer Show, embarrass the entire human race.
Birthdays should always be remembered and acknowledged.
Few things in life top a well told story.
Golf is the quintessential exercise in personal growth.
Affordable Health Care is the biggest oxymoron of this century.