Day 3215: What do you see?

What I see is very much influenced by

  • my mood,
  • how much sleep I’ve gotten,
  • what I choose to look at,
  • the thoughts that are running through my head,
  • the people around me,
  • the cats around me,
  • the news,
  • the weather,
  • how the Red Sox are doing,
  • how I’m balancing my needs with others’ needs,
  • self care,
  • acceptance,
  • how I’m breathing,
  • how open I am to new perspectives, and
  • how much I am able to stay in the moment.

What do you see when you look at my images for today?

I wonder what the Daily Bitch sees when she looks at herself in the mirror.

What do you see when you watch Sting sing “Every Breath You Take”?

What will I see in the comments section, below?

What do you see when I end every blog post with gratitude for YOU?

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9 thoughts on “Day 3215: What do you see?

  1. I see that two things I like independently doesn’t mean I want to experience them together. Hence, I will not be celebrating National chicken and waffles day with a plate of that specialty, Ann.

  2. Colin Powell’s sayings are quite good. I like the one about the ego. It takes a military eye tô see it that way.

    Sometimes things really are as bad as you think, though.

  3. I see that Joan really does think it should be cone free day every day!

  4. I spend most of the day looking out the window, and the amazing thing about that is I always see something different.

    • What do you see outside your window, Christopher?

      • Our backyard, which means I have a nice view of a stretch of grass and several trees. And one of the nice things about nature, even a small patch, is it’s constantly changing. The other day I watched a couple of blue jays sipping water together, and they looked like they were laughing about something.

    • I love that the blue jays in your yard are laughing, Chris.

  5. brown bear, brown bear, what do you see? i see a blogger looking at me!

  6. I see ways to create happiness.

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