How do I know, dear readers, that better days are ahead?
Because I’m getting a !!&$%(@!!? Transesophogeal Echocardiogram this morning and the days ahead HAVE to be better, in comparison.
What is helping me feel better about my day ahead, right now?
- Writing this post.
- Realizing that my amazing readers will be reading it.
- Looking forward to recovering at home, with my boyfriend Michael and my son Aaron.
- Looking further forward to February, when I’ll have (a) a birthday and (b) a trip to sunny California!
- Knowing that I’ll be accompanied to the test today by my friend Carol, who has already bettered many of my days and who sent me this link yesterday (bettering my day ahead):
If you like cats, you can better your day ahead by clicking on that link, above.
When I showed Michael that Today Show piece about The Meow Parlour, “New York’s first permanent Cat Cafe,” Michael wondered whether there might be better days ahead for us if we open a cat cafe in Boston!
That IS a great idea, but — as much as I love cats — I don’t want to leave my job, where I get to witness people in group therapy working very hard to better days ahead.
Last night, people in my therapy group worked on many issues, including “uncertainty” and “balance.”
The things I learn in my therapy groups always better my days ahead.
One Thought — never Too Much Pat!! Listen profusely!
Then, I heard this on my walk to my car after work:
There are “Better Days Ahead” here on YouTube and for me, I believe.
What do YOU think about better days ahead? (Guess what will happen, for me, if you leave a comment below!)
Many thanks and better days ahead to Carol, the Meow Parlour (for bettering the days of humans and felines), Michael, Aaron, people who heal in groups, honey badgers (for their persistence and for showing up on the board, last night), Peggy, Pat Metheny (for, as usual, bettering my day with his music), and — of course! — to you, for bettering my days ahead by being here, now.