Monday, February 28, 2011

I Love Donald




Okay, so maybe I don’t love another man besides my fiancée.
But I do admire three other men very much.
The first is Sheldon on The Big Bang Theory…I just love ahem…like him. He is so funny.
 The second (my other Honey as my REAL Honey calls him) is Peyton Hillis.
Who doesn’t like Peyton? And by the way, it has nothing to do with his looks or his arms; I just get a kick out of how Peyton jumps over people on the field! He’s got stamina and gutts!
The third man I admire is Donald Trump.
As soon as I say the word, ‘Trump’, I know that many people are probably cringing…
The man went bankrupt in …..several different years.
Has been divorced  …several different times.
And has terrible hair.
So, why would I like him?
How could I like him?
Because I can respect him. And I find him to be very inspiring.
As Donald realized, he could have it all, and then lose it all, but then get it all back again…
….Again and Again.
                     Success isn’t permanent, and failure isn’t fatal.
                                        MIKE DITKA-Professional football coach

See Donald live
See Donald take risks
See Donald make mistakes
See Donald learn from his mistakes
See Donald get smart from his mistakes
See Donald learn lessons learned from his mistakes
See Donald teach others from lessons learned from his mistakesJ
I read my first Donald Trump book when I was 24. It blew me away. And, if you have ever picked up one of Donald’s books, you’d find that it is full of life education as well as business education.
Donald’s reality show, ‘The Apprentice’ was the first reality show I ever watched.
Like many, I don’t think Donald’s hair is the greatest, but I’ve always admired his choice to keep it the way it is. His hair is a part of him and I respect him for not changing it because others tell him he should.
I can also respect someone who can be honest with themselves when they screw up, then tell people about it; then persevere and succeed once again!
He’s got  @%#! .
A man should never be ashamed to own that he has been in the wrong, which is but saying... that he is wiser today than yesterday. -Jonathan Swift
Go Donald!......Peyton and Sheldon…
I love you too, Honey;)


Truly,
Amber

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