When did you last take a walk, eat a new dish, read a book, ,apologize, give thanks for life itself?
I do at least one of those things almost every day. Especially the last one. Greg.
These things have become my routine. I just had to stop and give thanks that they are. I guess a lot of people do not regularly do such things. So many blessings and so little time to discover them.
I walk at the gym every other day but I am looking forward to walking outdoors once the cooler weather comes to Florida. We try new dishes at least once or twice a month. We are foodies! I just read a really good novel but am going to check out another this week. I apologize when it is needed to make amends (especially when I am in the wrong - ugh!). I love life and am thankful God allows me to experience it with such a great family (and friends).
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