This is the last post for the week probably unless I am struck by the bluebird of inspiration, which probably won't happen but one never knows when you're going to get blindsided by a bird.
Yesterday as I was listening to my favorite morning show (Bob & Sheri out of Charlotte), they were talking to people where one day had changed the course of their entire life. Example, a single mom received a check from her dad for $50,000 from an inheritance. Sheri accepted a job to be Bob's co-host and changed where she lived, worked and pretty much everything in her life. I was thinking I haven't had really life changing days, but I try to find something about each day that will make it special. Some things I have thought about recently
-that first really blue blue SC sky in the springtime (before the pollen turns the air yellow)
-an unexpected hug and sniggle from your child
-a thank you from someone that you helped at your job (and they actually mean it)
-the first spring flowers or a Bradford pear tree budding out
-hearing from a friend just to chat about books that you love (just got off the phone w/ Crystal----Crystal + Edward Cullen 4 ever)
-laughing at yourself at line dancing class at church (what fun we had last nite and Michelle always gets me in trouble)
I found that it's important for me to sit down after the kids are in bed, have a little quiet time and think about all that's happened in the day. Usually I can find something that would make it a special day. What about you?