Waking up from a good sleep is refreshing. Waking up from a phenomenal sleep is – well, phenomenal.
Yesterday’s pace of this race called day-to-day business was no greater than most, but there was diversity in my day I was just thrilled to be breathing it all in.
Appreciation, that something has changed.
That some things have changed.
Some wondering (and wandering around somewhat) in my belly about just how far this new zeal will take me, how long it could last, how good it could get. I’ve never ever felt better about what I do, what I’m doing and where I’m headed than I did yesterday. So, that means today I could be walking around with a smile and saying ‘I can’t do better than that’.
But I can.
Every morning I can do better, do more, do more effective, do more appropriate, do more thoughtful – at everything. At work, at play.
With my world.
With family, with friends.
Of course you can.
We all can.
column written/ published from Calgary
morning walk: 14C/57F, light hazy clouds, damp ground from last night’s cooling shower – a trend to cooler methinks. Gusta going slow, not because she’s sluggish, but because the after-shower grass must contain, or have enhanced, so many great smells to investigate …
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