How about that Joseph, right? What a guy. What a husband! He and Mary have to travel all the way to Bethlehem, and Mary is super pregnant the whole way, and when they finally get to where they're going, he walks into the inn just as the guy turns off the vacancy sign. ""Sorry, no room."" What do you do? Honestly, you're driving across the country and pull into the only Best Western for a hundred miles and they're all booked up. You wouldn't just give up, would you? No, of course not. That's not the kind of man you are. You stick through it, you figure out a plan. You're resourceful and hardworking, just like Joseph. He doesn't go back to Mary, shrug and say ""I guess we're sleeping on the road."" No way! Because he's not going to let his pregnant wife sleep on the hard ground. So he tells that innkeeper, ""hey, we're going to stay in your animal pen out back. At the very least, my wife is sleeping on some hay."" Nice work, Joseph! Always coming through for his family. Of course, next thing you know, Jesus is being born and where can they put the brand new baby? The ever-resourceful Joseph strikes again and boom, you've got Jesus in the manger. It all works out. Our point is, Joseph had some seriously big shoes to fill, but he stepped up and took care of business. You're the same way. Life has some big bumps along the way but you don't just lay down and take them. You pull yourself up and you keep on keeping on. Way to go, Joseph. You did good.