Sometimes I think I’m the only one who doesn’t have an easy life. Have you ever had days where you ask yourself, can anything go right?
Then I hear other stories and realize that maybe my life isn’t as bad as it could be and I should be thankful for what I do have. I will remain positive.
Knock on wood, I feel pretty good. I might have a sniffle here and there, an ache or pain, but that’s part of growing older.
I have great friends and family that I love. My family and I are going through a tough time right now, but their support and love helps out. I appreciate the encouragement that things will get better.
Two of our cars passed the state inspection. You have to realize this is a plus because we have older cars and we don’t drive that much except for errands.
I should keep these things in perspective when I’m writing:
- Ignore the telemarketers who call my cell phone at least 10 times a day.
- The Internet connection goes down when I’m researching material for my book.
- People (not intentional but annoying) think my writing is not important and interrupt.
- Modern mothers who think the town library is their babysitter.
- When your laptop dies.
- When your printer goes on the fritz.
- When I’m on a roll only to find out it’s my turn to make dinner.
- I am not allowed to survive on pizza for dinner seven days a week.
I’m sure I’m forgetting something, but I think you get the picture. Deep breaths. Sigh.