Yesterday was a day of rest, sort of. I arrived home from the hospital Tuesday night and slept soundly. Wednesday morning I answered emails, wrote in my blog, wrote my dailly journal, created two candygrams for two boys who cared for my dog while I was hospitalized, received and entertained visitors who dropped by to cheer me up. I showed them my daughter’s beautiful watercolors hanging about my house (about 60 pieces and growing), brought puzzles for them to solve, had lunch, bid them adieu, read several chapters in two books, walked the dog twice, wrote again (poetry this time), wrote a couple of tweets, wrote in Facebook, answered phone calls, and took a nap. Since yesterday was my slack day, today I’ve got to run errands, write, write, write, and find ways to let God’s energy flow through me in a positive way. Yep, I still have pain from both knees and from my recent gall bladder surgery, but I don’t have time to wallow in it or acknowledge it. If it doesn’t reach up and grab me I’ll work through it and around it. “Thank God I’m Alive!” , “Every day is a bonus day!”, and “Every Day Above Ground is a Good Day!” are frequent sayings of mine. “This is a day the Lord has made. I will rejoice and be glad in it.” And so my day goes. So little time and so many things to accomplish.
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I celebrate life. I'm looking for new parades to lead, or to follow. I'm alone, and now a published author, and trying to stay on my chosen path. I have no anchor to hold me down and I'm ready to rid myself of possessions that impede progress. I want my imagination to soar. I'm open to learning about new worlds, new countries and languages, and different ways to look at things I thought I knew. Every day is a bonus day and I look forward to the challenges it brings. I'm finding out that technology is fast and getting faster and there is much information that I need to learn. Even though I'm on a roller coaster ride called life, I'm looking for new ways to explain love. I think I have made love easier to explain but I'm not finished yet. I need a few more bonus years and many friends who will love the world and each other. My heart is open to all who visit. View all posts by danroberson