(a little bit of everything)
We run and run and run. But sometimes, we get to the end of the day and can’t figure out where we ran to or from. We just know we’re exhausted.
And on the flip side, sometimes we wait and wait and wait for something miraculous to come along and change our life. In the meantime, we don’t realize we are missing today. Right now. This instant.
“In A Given Day” Challenge isn’t really all that challenging. It’s just a reminder to stop, think, remember, and enjoy life for the wonderful thing it is. It is a snapshot, if you will, of your life today. Right now. This instant.
So here I go.
Today I wrote a little on one book (Deep Purple), edited a little on another (Civilization), updated a song (How Great Thou Art), emailed about another song (Come, Thou Long Expected Jesus). I listened to my daughter’s newest story and kissed several skinned knees. I also spent a few hours on my new early-morning seminary calling, drove the kids a bunch of places, played Toy Story with the youngest, cooked, cleaned, weeded the strawberry patch, and ugh. A whole bunch of other stuff. Yes. My brain is fried, but I have to say, I LOVE MY LIFE (and I am never bored).
How about you?
Respond back to the “In A Given Day” Challenge and give me a snapshot of your life today. Or if you don’t feel comfortable sharing, write it down somewhere, because someday you’ll look back on today and remember how happy you were (hopefully). Plus, it’s kinda fun to realize all the things one person can accomplish in one solitary day.
Humans amaze me.
Humans’ capacity for ‘doing things’ amazes me even more.
So share if you want, write it down if you want. And as always, Choose to have a good day!