Health studies show that marijuana has absolute benefits to our mental and physiological help.
Since I have retired, there are really two things that I love to do. One of those things is play golf. I played both nearly every weekend before I retired, and now I play more frequently. I play at least one round of golf 5 or 6 days each week. It’s great cardiovascular exercise and I get out in the sun for some vitamin D. The doctor thinks it’s good exercise. He knows that I am out on the links nearly every single day, because I see him out there as well. We belong to the same Country Club. The other thing that I like to do is use recreational marijuana. Now that I am retired, I don’t have to answer to anyone except myself. I hid my recreational marijuana use from the company when I was still an employee, but now I can be as free as I want. I honestly don’t care if 1000 people find out that I am smoking marijuana. I think the medical benefits far outweigh any of the negative things that people have to say about the plant. Health studies show that marijuana has absolute benefits to our mental and physiological help. I smoke every morning, afternoon, and evening. I also have a vape pen that I keep on my golf cart so I can smoke a little bit in between each hole. My game has certainly improved since I started smoking and golfing at the same time. It could be the fact that I’m retired, but it could be the marijuana too.