Stuck vs Safe

This is from Facebook. I don’t think any further explanation is necessary, but I, will however, go into more detail and give one anyway.

Granted it gets old to have to stay inside all the time and not be able to go go to Church, shopping, go see friends, or go to a movie. But the fact that these things that you can’t do and/or have to do are getting old is actually a good thing. It means you are still alive. No offense, but I would rather be bored with having to stay in that be the alternative, which is either in a hospital fighting for your life, or your body being in a refrigerator inside a body bag, until somebody has the time to bury you. So as I’ve heard many times,”Quit your Witching (but with a b instead of a w).”

And if you have passed the one cough that can change your life, and you’re fighting for your life, you are probably wishing that you were home and bored out of your gourd.

The moral of the story is to be happy if you are able to be bored at home.

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