Day 3367: I know this much is true

“I Know This Much is True” by Spandau Ballet is running through my head right now:

I know this much is true:

  • Innocent people are dying because of the actions of terrible leaders.
  • My suffering does not alleviate the suffering of others.
  • There are many wonderful people on this earth.
  • People are causing irreparable damage to this earth.
  • Some things can be repaired.
  • Cats are personal medicine for many of us humans.
  • I have trouble making certain types of decisions.
  • People grieve according to their own timetable.
  • Being kind to others and to myself is a priority for me.
  • My husband Michael is a fabulous cook.
  • It’s often healing to realize that you are not alone.
  • I share thoughts, feelings, and images on this blog to prepare for each day and to connect with others.

I know this much is true: it’s important to celebrate whatever you can these days.

True thanks to all who know their personal truths, including YOU.

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20 thoughts on “Day 3367: I know this much is true

  1. Thank you for being so true, Ann.

  2. What a marvellous selection of truth and fun!

  3. Leon Fairbanks

    That cat is great!

  4. The cat at the bar ordering whiskey made me laugh out loud. And of course the tangled up cat woth failed directions is a gem.

    Your salmon dinner sure looks yummy!

  5. truth shared is truth gained, I know that to be true

  6. puella33

    The sun will always continue to shine, for what it’s worth

  7. Joan is a very fine cat. I know that’s a subjective statement but I stick by it as truth.

  8. Love that moo doggie 💖

  9. I also enjoyed the book “I Know This Much is True,” by Wally Lamb. I would add that I know it is true that Joan is a very pretty cat!

  10. I know that, whether or not I comment, I always enjoy reading your blog, Ann! 🥰

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