He's often the unsung hero in the business, prepping review blogs for me, or doing the boring work of adding new inventory. He's also more introverted than I am, which sometimes strains our relationship when I ask him to step out of his comfort zone - usually, anything that doesn't involve a meat cooler, freezer or butcher knives
That's it. I'm grateful to know that no matter what happens, no matter what I'm faced with, I am enough. I have all I need inside of myself to come through it more or less unscathed. Yeah, it might hurt for a while. I might be fatigued to hell and back. But I am enough to get through it.
Frankly, most days, it sucks to live in my body. It hurts, it's tired, half the time, no matter how willing my mind and spirit are, my body just won't get on board with the program. I'm 130 pounds + overweight. I can barely do a plank, and my walking stamina is all of about 30 minutes before I'm stumbling over my own feet on a flat surface.