Yesterday, when I had all day to
- walk over 16,000 steps,
- attend a presentation about working with trauma in group therapy, and
- go food shopping with Michael,
I saw this:
I AM curious about that person’s hedgehog, but I haven’t got all day to hear about it. I actually haven’t got all day to do any one thing. Every day, I like to mix it up, leaving room for
- eating, and
- balancing my needs with other people’s needs (like talking about their hedgehogs or whatever else is important to them).
I also don’t have all day to write these posts and I assume you don’t have all day to read them. But I do have all day, every day, to notice what’s around me.
We have got only so many days in this lifetime, so how do we want to spend our days?
It won’t take all day to listen to “The Hedgehog’s Song” by The Incredible String Band.
I’ve got all day to experience gratitude, so thanks to all who helped me create this post and — of course! — to YOU.