I will think
As I act and speak.*
You’ve completed the NYC 3.1 miles.
You are one urban athlete!
You just stepped your way through the Abbott Dash to the Finish Line 5K in NYC.
I have read that there are health reasons…something about red wine is good for my heart.
Nice to know, but I would drink a glass of wine regardless.
I was never guaranteed anything in this world.
I did not realize that until life taught me otherwise.
My life has gone in directions I never dreamed possible.
Directions I wanted and some I never wanted.
Some were so wonderful.
Some were so painful.
All of them made me a better and sometimes sadder person.
Ladies who lunch.
Ladies who drink prosecco.
Ladies who read books.
Ladies who laugh.
Ladies who are friends.
Ladies who are my friends.
Thank you for sending me this picture and wonderful message.
Thank you for your prayers.
I remember when things worked well and lasted a long time.
Kitchen appliances lasted forever. I never recall my Mother buying new ones.
The loneliness of the Maytag appliance repairman was a familiar ad on television.
Those days seem gone for the most part.
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I share this email from Dr. Sood with you as an act of service and love.
I hope his words are as helpful to you as they were to me when I first read this.
I like when he writes “Delay the urge to improve” in our relationships.
His email is a packed with wisdom and inspiration.
In this post, I share with you a refreshing perspective on living and nurturing our relationships from Dr. Amit Sood of the Mayo Clinic.
I enjoy reading different viewpoints or, I could say, different versions of the same song.
Dr. Sood’s email reinforces and rekindles the kind of behaviors that I want to incorporate in my life.
My head is on fire. *
I am exhausted.
I am afraid. Continue reading “When my head is on fire…”