How to Spend Your Time Today
Todd Brison

This made me cry.

A double whammy of health issues has had me mourning for the me I used to be. Swimming three times a week, going out to lunch at least once a week, able to keep up with several creative projects all going at the same time and attending church every Sunday.

Your article made me remember that this day is important. Everything I did six months ago was wonderful. But this day I can continue to write and I can pull out one of those creative projects and …… I can tell my daughters and my grandsons and my husband and my friends how much I love them.

I can sit on the front porch this afternoon and wave at everyone who is out walking their dog. And I can watch the sun set over the lake. I am blessed.

This made me cry.

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