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Head Down Through Any Door

The hardest lesson…growing up without dying from stupidity

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I used to walk
head first
into the doors
of my life
That was my style,
my special gift
Head down,
arms chugging
like the old wheels
on a freight train engine
Bam,
slap that door with my forehead
Wham,
knocked on my ass
The ones who loved me
told me the doors
were coming my way
But when you are born
with a head as hard
as…

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Thomas Plummer

Thomas Plummer

A simple life dedicated to leaving the world a little better than I found it. Long career in the business of fitness, writer of books, speaker, personal coach.

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