How to get your life back from the swamp

Posted April 08, 2020 05:11:16It was a cold March night, the snow on the ground was falling hard and people were sleeping in their cars and walking to the nearest grocery store.

My friend and I had spent a couple of days in the mountains of the state of Idaho in the middle of March.

We were just getting back to the States and were going to spend a few days hiking the Appalachian Trail, the longest trail in the US.

I was just enjoying the mountains for the first time and enjoying the warmth and peace I was seeing.

I had no idea how long I was going to be spending in the woods. 

The trail that led to the Appalachian trailhead was just over two miles.

The trail that took us to the trailhead had only been over 3 miles long.

I remember looking down and seeing the huge trees with their huge leaves in the forest and just wanting to walk down and see what all the fuss was about.

I thought it would be a fun trip.

But I wasn’t prepared for what I found.

I was hiking through the thick underbrush, my feet were cold, my boots were wet, and I couldn’t even see the trail from where I was.

I had to get up quickly to avoid getting lost.

I made it out to the end of the trail and I was shocked to find a giant tree with leaves about 20 feet tall.

I had never seen anything like that in my life.

I looked up at the giant tree and could see the huge tree in the distance.

I started running.

I ran into a large herd of wild boar.

I thought to myself, what is going on?

I just wanted to go and see if this is something I could actually do.

I made it to the tree and looked down at it.

It was almost exactly a foot long, about 20 inches wide and 2 feet tall!

I looked down and saw that it was actually a tree that was planted a few years ago.

It wasn’t a new tree, but I could see that the leaves were still wet.

I walked over to the stump and it was already dead and I could still see the roots.

I reached down and grabbed the roots and pulled them up to the top of the tree.

It took a while to get them down to the ground and it took me about 20 minutes.

I finally made it up to a branch and started picking it up.

I grabbed the branch and pulled it up into the air.

It was at this point that I started to get scared.

I got a little too excited and I started throwing the branch at the ground.

The branches on the tree started falling down on me and I tried to stay calm, but all of a sudden I just screamed.

The tree fell and I went flying through the air and landed on my feet, and it felt like I hit a brick wall.

I got up and looked over at my friends and said, oh my God, I’m hurt.

It felt like my back was against a wall and I just broke my back.

I tried and tried to pull myself up, but my arms were so numb and I didn’t know how I was supposed to do it.

My back was hurting and I wanted to die.

I ran to the other side of the woods and grabbed my dog and ran back into the woods to get help.

I turned around and I saw that the tree was down and I grabbed my phone.

I texted my friend and she told me to go to the hospital.

I told her to call 911 and she called me to tell me that the doctor was going down and he was taking care of me.

I’m sure she is glad that I’m ok and she’s grateful for me.

In the meantime, I was in the hospital, waiting to see what was going on.

I couldn`t eat, drink or breathe.

The pain and swelling kept getting worse.

The nurses told me that I had broken my back and they told me if I didn`t get some pain killers, I would have to go home and be alone.

I asked them if I could get some morphine.

They told me no, I had to stay in the ER.

I went in and the doctors told me they had to put a tube in my arm.

They put the tube in, they put a piece of plastic tubing in, and they just put it in and waited for it to work.

It did not work, and then they started calling me a c**t and a coward for wanting to get out of there and I told them that I just didn`’t want to stay there anymore.

I just needed to get away from that hospital.

I remember looking up at that tree and thinking, that tree is bigger than I am and I can`t imagine the weight of that tree on my back, and that tree looks like a monster in my mind.

I said to myself: what am I