Hi Journal & Friends,
It's about 2:00 pm here in Oregon, and I sit here still in my jammies. I'm on my second cup o' joe (unusual for me), and I still feel like this:
Well, quit yer b*tchin, and just go back to bed, you say.
Good idea, I say.
But... here is why I can't:
Joey and my noisy hubby are also the reasons I didn't get enough sleep... grump grump. ;-)
For the last week or so, it's been hard to put a post together. I have one I started... even took photos for it. But I ran out of steam. It just doesn't seem very important. Maybe tomorrow.
I suppose I'm still thinking about my friends death, and time and priorities. And I have to face the truth that I waste so much of this precious thing we have been given called Time.
I learned from Jack Sh*t that we don't always have to go around moaning and groaning and being so super serious. We can enjoy this journey, even as we learn. But... right now that seems hard to do. Maybe I just need a good nights sleep?? :-}
Tomorrow will be better, I'm sure. Come to think of it... today can better, too. I just remembered... Life is Now.
Yesterday I was reading a library book called The Alchemist, and liked this sentence:
"Life is the moment we are living right now."
Funny how I seem to forget that I have a choice. :-}
From Dr Phil's book: "There is rarely a time in your life when all is at peace and balance. That's neither good nor bad; it is simply the ebb and flow of how life works."
My verse for today: "But I will sing of your strength, in the morning I will sing of your love; for you are my fortress, my refuge in times of trouble."
My quote for today: "Happiness isn't something that depends on our surroundings. It's something we make inside ourselves." --Corrie Ten Boom, survivor of Ravensbrook Concentration Camp during WWII, author of The Hiding Place
Enjoy the Journey (trying),