It’s been a fairly chilly spring in my neck of the woods and, if you know me at all, you know I’ve been loving it. It’s warming up in a hurry though and tomorrow, the a/c’s will be getting their first workout of the season.
For a change, maybe the first time ever, I’m going to try to embrace my least favorite season. For those who just fainted, I apologize if you wound up with any bumps or bruises when you hit the floor, but it’s true.
Gratitude makes a big difference in how people view life. At least for me, it does. After the past few months, I find I’m viewing most everything with a grateful heart, and I’m ready to live the rest of my life with enthusiasm and joy. Even if it means I have to choose to enjoy summer. 🙂
I’m also determined to resurrect my love for writing – and doing whatever it takes to start meeting goals. Being back on my thyroid medicine, along with being very diligent about my supplement schedule (and getting more diligent about my diet), is making a huge difference in lifting the brain fog that’s plagued me the past few years.
And I’m excited about what the rest of the year is looking like for my writing goals. Yeah, there will be a bit of a ‘hiccough’ next month when I have the reversal surgery, but I plan to come home to at least one finished book (yes, I have a few that are nearly done) so all I’ll need to do during my recovery is edit and polish. And plot out more books.
Amazing the attitude change you go through when you realize how precious and how fragile life can be. I feel like God has given me a second chance – probably more like a millionth chance, but this one got my attention more than the others. I don’t want to waste another minute.
Time to make more of my dreams come true! And I’m grateful to all of you who are hanging around for the ride. 🙂
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