Well, my last blog entry was a bit more serious and somber than most of my posts. And like I said, I don’t want to be fake on this blog. I think it’s very important to admit when you are having a difficult time.

I’ve tried to take some time this last week to reflect on life, and one phrase came to mind: “You never know when life is going to change.” Now, my first reaction to that phrase was negative. In light of recent events that I mentioned in my last post I interpreted that phrase in a somber manner. For instance, you never know when something tragic is going to happen.

That’s true, but it’s not the whole story. If it were the whole story then I’d be living in fear and having a panic attack every day of the week. I mean, how can you enjoy life at all if you are constantly worried about what might happen?

This weekend I realized there is another way to look at it. You never know when life is going to change for the better.

Kevin Alexander, Guest Blogger

You can read the rest of Kevin’s heartwarming and insightful blog HERE

Editor’s Note:  Kevin Alexander has Phenylketonuria (PKU), a rare inherited metabolic disorder.  Kevin shares with us his blog every week on Tuesday.

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