Anybody old enough to remember hearing Archie Campbell do this on Hee Haw? (Anybody besides me going to admit to watching Hee Haw?) Well, I just lived it personally this weekend. I got out of the prison just as this massive winter thunder storm hit the other night. That's good. No that's bad. The wiper motor on my pickup is broken so I don't have intermittent wipers. Oh, that's bad. No, that's good, 'cause it was raining so hard I had to have them on full time anyway. Well, that's good. No, that's bad. I also had to stop for gas, and it takes a LONG time to fill a 25 gallon gas tank. Ooh, that is bad. No, that's good. I made it to the gas station without running out, filled up and headed for home. That's good. No, that's bad. Because it was raining so hard I didn't bother to check the oil. 8 miles later the engine on my truck blew up. That's bad. Yeah, a little bit. But my wife was willing to drive 60 miles at midnight to come pick me up. That was good. No, that was bad. There wasn't a tow company anywhere near the truck that was willing or able to come tow it home. That's bad. No, that was good. We returned to the truck on Saturday and it still wouldn't start. And still nobody local to tow it home. So I called a tow company from Williamsport and they drove the 60 miles to pick it up. That's good. No, that's bad. At $55 to roll plus $3 per mile it cost $220 to get it to my mechanic's garage. That's bad. No, that was good. One the way home we stopped at a dealer that I pass daily and checked out the trucks. Pretty reasonable prices. Made up my mind to sell the Harley and buy a different truck. That's good. Well, no that's bad. See after riding 30 minutes at temps in the low 30's I discovered the local Harley dealer is closed on Monday. But when I called the truck dealer he said he'd take the Harley in trade. Well, that had to be good. You're darned tootin' it was good. He gave me $600 more than the Harley dealer offered, and I got a real nice quad cab pickup which is costing me $150 a month LESS than the Harley was costing. Not as funny as Archie, but you get the point. Sometimes it takes a little extra effort to see the silver lining. But keep at it. It's there somewhere.