Los Angeles Lakers beat Lakers 76-65 on NBA Finals Twitter title ‘This Is My Life’: How I Got Through It

I woke up in the morning feeling like a zombie.

I was a dead man walking, but I still got up and did what I needed to do to make sure my family was okay.

After watching Kobe Bryant and the Lakers beat the San Antonio Spurs in the NBA Finals, I had a new perspective on life.

I thought about everything and everything was okay, but life is never going to be okay.

I don’t think I ever will forget that.

I also thought about how this might change everything.

I could go on and on about how I can’t say it, but that’s the reality.

This is my life.

The reality is, life has never been perfect.

That’s what makes it tough.

This will be my life forever.

I think of all the things I’ve been through that have shaped me into the person I am today.

When you’re dealing with tragedy, when you’re living with family members who are dying, when your job is being taken away from you, and then the NBA championship is just around the corner, it’s hard.

That has always been my life, too.

I’m still here and I’m in the process of dealing with the repercussions of what happened.

But I can tell you right now, I am stronger than anything I could ever have imagined, because of what I went through.

When I look at myself in the mirror and think about all the good things that I’ve accomplished in my life and how I’ve done it, I think about how hard it was.

I think of the sacrifices I made and how much I love what I do.

I know how much you love what you do.

I’ve made a lot of sacrifices, but it was all worth it because this is what I love doing.

I love being a basketball player, and I love the people who love me and the fans who love us.

I’ve got my family to take care of, but if I get back to being a dad, then I want to be able to take a lot more care of my kids.

I want my kids to be in a position to succeed, and that’s all I want.

You can’t take care for the family when they’re still living in a state of denial.

They need to understand what happened to them.