Dana has a blog where she comments daily on what she loves about the day. In my sense of periodic frustration, I tend to lose sight of what I love.
And I'm not as good as Dana. I have also to comment on that which annoys me (it helps me recognize the value of the good somehow). But it has done me good to read her blog often and remember the simple things. So here is my first attempt at it.
Thursdays are slow days.
And I want to be at home doing productive things like painting my kitchen (one corner is still grey and the rest is yellow!)
I wonder if I’d get in trouble for playing on Myspace here at work.
Something tells me yes.
But I did have fun finding old Greenville friends yesterday.
I want a puppy.
And a rug for my living room.
But mostly that is all.
I got to write a sermon today.
I love that.
And I got to plan the order of worship.
I love that, too.
The sun is shining and the crisp fall air feels wonderful every time I step out the door.
Always a beautiful sensation.
And I like today because it is quiet in the office,
which has given me time to feel a little like a scholar as I wrote.
It is a good day.