"Survivors look back and see omens, messages they missed." --Joan Didion
Good Mourning, Everyone!
Today is the start of a new week.
My new week.
I plan to spend some time writing, perhaps scribble a draft of a new chapter in the book I am writing.
I like to read. I plan to crack the spine of one I just purchased.
I like my home office. The floor is a carpet of notebooks, old journals, newspapers, and bits and pieces of paper napkins with more scribbles. I am forever organizing, reorganizing, filing, and refiling. I plan to do some of that, also.
After, perhaps before, I plan a slow walk, a time to simply smell the roses, feel the crackle of autumn leaves under the soles of my bare feet!
What about you?
How will you spend your day?
"The two most beautiful words in the English language are 'Check enclosed.'"
What do you get when you cross a tape measure with a steam roller?
After we remember Him, do what I do. Open what I lovingly refer to as a Joy-nal and write something.
I dare you.
Have a joy-filled day, Everyone. And just remember, we're not alone.