It’s not me who came up with this idea for a t-shirt:
It was my co-worker and friend, Megan (pronounced Mee-gan) AND me.
It’s not Megan who is writing this blog post, it’s me.
It’s not me who
- is supporting Donald Trump,
- gets more than six hours of sleep every night,
- has a normal heart,
- chose to be sitting as far away as possible from my son on the first leg of our flight to Edinburgh Scotland later today,
- designed a website for flight check-in that was so confusing I erroneously indicated I had “0 bags,”
- wanted a five-hour lay-over in Ireland,
- has an uncomplicated life,
- never gets anxious,
- is deliberately cruel to other living creatures, and
- believes I can make it in this world alone.
It is me who
- is working on radically accepting all those things I cannot change,
- tries to live a healthy life,
- loves my work as a group therapist,
- appreciates my family and friends,
- uses daily blogging as a kind of helpful meditation,
- is excited about traveling to Edinburgh’s Festival Fringe with my son,
- shows up every day, here and elsewhere,
- is gentle with myself and others (whenever possible),
- tells the truth, and
- took these photos yesterday:
Three little words could be:
- It’s not me.
- It is me.
- I love you.
- “Three Little Words”.
It is me who expresses gratitude at the end of every blog post: