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Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Coming Soon



I know the other day I posted that I would be starting back posting this past Monday, things happen. I am feeling better, which is a plus. I have to get caught up on things, it’s tax season, and then I can get back in the saddle, so to speak.

My father died at age 52 of a dissecting aneurism of the aorta. Basically, his heart separated from his aorta. This is due to Marfan’s syndrome. I have most, but not all, of the characteristics of Marfan’s. My Grandpa McClendon died at age 42 of heart and kidney problems.

I am on a quest to be sure not to die so young. I have decided to lose weight and get down to where I should be, which is somewhere between 165 and 185 pounds. This would mean losing from sixty to eighty pounds since I topped out at 270. Sort of surprises anyone who knew me when I was a skinny teenager, huh?

Please pray with me that I will be able to reach my goal of 185 pounds. For now I am trying to diet and exercise. Prayers sure would help.

In the meantime, Saturday is Saint Patrick’s Day. This is a big deal since my family came from Ireland. A first cousin once removed of mine traced our family back to Scotland. I since have learned that our family moved back and forth between Ireland and Scotland for many generations. Please enjoy your Saint Patrick’s Day and I hope to get to posting again by Monday, 19 March 2012

David E. McClendon Sr.
The Redneck MBA



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