Show 176 – Hard Habits to Break
As we all get older, our bodies start to change what it will tolerate and what it will or won’t allow you to do. Some of it is your fault, some of it is nature and some of it is unexplained. Dad Paul was just told that he has to give up caffeine. That’s going to be a chore for him because he’s always said he’d give up beer before he’d give up coffee. Turns out he wasn’t given that choice. It may be temporary or it may be permanent, but that’s what he’ll have to figure out as he goes on. Dad Tim had to cut sodium when he had his surgery. He had to cut a lot of things after that; things he loves. Dad Jon had to give up running as his knees and hips couldn’t handle it. Getting “old” sucks but it’s always better than the alternative, right? What have you had to give up that you absolutely didn’t want to?
The Beer of the week is Lieutenant Dank by Wicked Weed.
The show was recorded at The Lab at Industry Hill. Industry Hill is a business-minded neighborhood in the former Warehouse District. In the district are restaurants, a chocolatier, a distillery, two breweries, a beverage company, an entertainment complex, textiles, packaging and much more to come. To find out more follow them on social media or visit the area’s website. Thanks so much to Industry Hill for having a place for us to bring you our podcasts.
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