Have you ever had a day when you accomplish very little and felt very good about it? That was my day yesterday. I awoke very, very early and traveled to the gym with my wife and worked out for an hour or so. It felt good to be alive.
On my way home, I stopped by post office, dropped off some movies at the local Redbox and purchased some fruit and spinach (yum). Once home, I started my activities of reading, writing, and school work. I spent a large portion of my day sitting in my lounge chair watching Christmas movies (I start every season with Die Hard) and my computer on my lap. And ya’ know what? I’m good with that. I need down time. I need to put my feet up. I need to relax from time to time.
And that down time paid off! Today I awake fully rejuvenated by the prior day of rest. I can move both my arms again (read prior post), I already have a load of laundry in the machines, the dishes are clean and despite just starting it last night, I finished one of my favorite books of all time: Charlotte’s Web. It’s not even seven in the morning and I’m hard at it with a coffee mug in my hand, my laundry in the other, and a smile wide across my face.
Yes, this is going to be a great day.