Do you have those – days when no single major thing was overshadowing, but so many bits made you pinch yourself a bit, wondering why life is so good, why I feel so lucky?
Words from a friend.
Words from another friend.
‘It’s a small world’ realization.
A problem solved that will finish a big deal that’s been dragging a big deal longer than it should have.
A hail storm.
A meeting rescheduled.
A full day at my desk.
An event that went well.
A loyal dog.
Fresh grandchildren pictures texted to me.
Lost a pound.
How does a day get better than that?
A great day I can only describe as – just peachy.
Have a great day – just pick it.
Like ripe fruit.
column written/ published from Calgary
morning walk: 12C/53F, turbulent sky – storm-cellish, strong north wind seems to be clearing it up; Gusta, oblivious to everything else was sniffing a squirrel trail. To anyone watching, plain to see that squirrel was already a half-block away, but Gusta was nose-to-the-turf tracing its route as if she was moments away from catching it …
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