Days of Our Lives (DOOL) spoilers reveal that one NBC soap star recently shared some exciting news with fans. DOOL viewers know Chandler Massey as Will Horton in Salem. Will’s currently battling a brain tumor, so he doesn’t have the stamina for big adventures at the moment. His portrayer, on the other hand, made time for a huge accomplishment and made sure to let everyone hear about it.
Massey climbed Mount Shasta, which is located on southern end of the Cascade Range in Siskiyou County, California. It happens to be the fifth-highest peak in the state, so that’s certainly an achievement worth celebrating. Once Massey made it to the summit, he had someone snap a fun pic so he could post it on social media and fill everyone in.
“Summit of Mount Shasta,” Massey said in his Instagram caption. “Despite getting hailed on and running out of beef jerky, we made it all the way up.” It’s great that Massey powered through those hurdles and stuck to his goal. Massey had another post about getting in shape not too long ago, so fun activities like this undoubtedly help him maintain.
Days fans were quick to congratulate Massey on his climb. They chimed in the Instagram comments and offered kind Twitter replies as well. “Looks amazing…I bet the view is incredible,” said one viewer. Another Days watcher exclaimed, “Well done!!!” One more fan said, “This is an awesome pic! Thanks for sharing…”
It’s clear that Massey’s supporters were impressed by his hard work to get to the top. Luckily, it looks like all the effort was worth it to Massey. Days of Our Lives spoilers say Will’s got quite a battle ahead of him as well. This one is far more serious since death is drawing near for poor Will, but good news is just around the corner. Will’s going to survive and thrive, so don’t worry about his DOOL future.
Days of Our Lives spoilers state that some happiness is finally headed Will and Sonny Kiriakis’ (Freddie Smith) way soon. We’ll give you updates as other details emerge. Stay tuned to DOOL and don’t forget to check CDL often for the latest Days of Our Lives spoilers, updates and news.
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LONG POST WARNING My weight has been an obstacle for 3 years. The left picture is me in 2016, 191 lbs & 30% body fat. I had been off Days for 2 years, and had utterly let myself go. I rationalized my lifestyle by telling myself that once I started working again, I could easily shed the weight & be “camera ready”. The next year, I got the chance to prove myself right. Will Horton was back baby, and he was going to be lean, mean, & better than ever. But there was a problem. The fat that I had assumed was going to melt off my body like butter on a hot pancake refused to leave. I tried everything to get my fat cells to f*** off. Fasting, paleo, whole30, cico, keto, juicing, low carb, no carb. I tried to appeal to my vanity, pride, anger, shame. None of it worked. If you watch Days I’m sure you noticed I looked different the 2nd time around. There was a reason they gave @mrchristophersean the shirtless scenes while I chilled in plaid flannels. Some nights after crushing a box of lucky charms I told myself that this was just the journey of getting older. I was never going to be fit again, so why continue this pattern starving & binging, of quietly throwing up in the kitchen sink after my roommates fell asleep & trying to slap some willpower into me. I gave up 100 times during those 3 years. I tried again 101 times. I can’t point to a specific moment that was a turning point. Rather I believe it was the gradual process of learning from each failure. Instead of clinging to a fad diet I began to critically examine my relationship to food. I realized that my crappy eating habits were tied to negative emotional states. When I learned to recognize & deal with those emotions, I saw food for what it really is: a tool, not a bandaid. This was not a smooth journey. Just last Sunday I ate a family size pack of Oreos bc I was upset about GoT. But after each step backward I manage to forgive myself and take 2 steps forward. The picture on the right is me yesterday. I now weigh 160 lbs & have 12% body fat, reaching a goal that I wrote on my bathroom mirror 3 years ago. I’m not ashamed of the person on the left anymore, but damn am I proud of the man on the right.