Jimmy Carter just turned 95 years young.
Then he fell at home. He is wearing a doozy of a shiner under his left eye. He took some stitches to repair cuts he suffered when he took the spill.
So what does the former president of the United States do? Does he sit at home and mope because he had a clumsy spell? Does he sulk and pout?
Oh, no. He travels to Tennessee. He picks up a hammer, some nails, a power drill — and builds houses for folks who need help from those with generous souls and spirits … such as President Carter. Habitat for Humanity has been one of the former president’s passions since he left office in January 1981.
My goodness. This man has become my hero.
God bless you, Mr. President.