Have you got what it takes to make your way through yet another daily blog post from me?
Have you got what it takes to guess how I came up with today’s title?
Have I got what it takes to write a blog post that’s worthwhile enough for me and for you?
Have we got what it takes to …
- make it through today,
- make it through this month,
- make it through next year,
- connect with each other,
- treat ourselves and others with respect,
- keep our senses of humor,
- be strong,
- be weak,
- have all our feelings,
- accept what we can’t change,
- change what we can,
- have the wisdom to know the difference,
- show up,
- be gentle, and
- tell the truth?
Have you got what it takes to look at other photos I took yesterday?
Three years ago, Dr. Sidhu Gangadharan, pictured above, had what it takes to help us — my son Aaron and me — breathe easier when Aaron had a collapsed lung. If you’ve got what it takes to read a little more about that, see here.
My cardiac electrophysiologist, Dr. N.E. Mark Estes, also has got what it takes to make the list of top doctors in Boston Magazine this year. Dr. Estes — who says he thinks I can live (almost) forever — has got what it takes to have conversations like this with me, yesterday:
Dr. Estes: Ann, you look better today than I’ve ever seen you.
Me: You always say that!
Dr. Estes: But I always mean it.
Have I got what it takes to find music that’s got what it takes for this post?
Have you got what it takes to leave a comment?
I’ve got what it takes to express my gratitude to all those who helped me create today’s blog and to you, who has got what it takes!
I’ve been training