Whenever you’ve had a harrowing experience, it helps to plan for the near future, especially if you focus on what you adore.
For example, exactly two weeks ago today I had major heart surgery which was, honestly, pretty harrowing. So it’s helping me to plan for and focus on the near future, which includes:
- My college roommate, Maria, whom I adore, flying in from Portland Oregon, which I adore, to stay with me and my boyfriend Michael, whom I adore, for eight days.
- An appointment this afternoon with my Primary Care Physician, Dr. Laura Snydman, whom I adore.
- Getting a ride to my doctor’s visit this afternoon from my sister, Ellen, whom I adore.
- Seeing Mel Brooks, whom I adore, in person in a few weeks, accompanied by my neighbor Karen, whom I adore.
- Attending a performance of “An American in Paris,” which I adore, the following week with my friend Barbara, whom I adore.
It also helps to look at the near past, especially when my progress is so encouraging, which I adore. For example, last night — for the first time since my surgery — I went for a short walk outside alone, which I adored. Here’s what I saw:
In your near future, you could plan to adore this post even more, as I show you other pictures from yesterday of things I adore:
Here‘s the music I am listening to as I write this near-future post, which I adore:
Is there a comment in my near future, which I would adore?
I adore everybody and everything that helped me create this near-future post and also you — of course! — for including me in your near future.