As much as I try to appreciate and dwell in the precious current moment, it’s hard not to wonder and worry about how things are going to turn out.
When focusing on how things are going to turn out interferes with my ability to appreciate the present, I redirect my attention, over and over again, to being here, now.
Nevertheless, I do wonder how things are going to turn out today, tomorrow, and on Election Day this Tuesday. I worry about how things are going to turn out for my son Aaron and future generations. I hope Americans turn out in record numbers to vote this time.
I don’t know how the future will turn out, but I do know how things turned out yesterday for me, because I
- got my hair cut by the fabulous Mia,
- went for a beautiful walk with my beautiful friend Barbara,
- spent time with other humans and cats I love,
- had delicious food, and
- made some final decisions about the repair work to our home.
Let’s see how this blog post turns out, shall we?
It turns out I found this on YouTube when I searched for “how things are going to turn out saxophone.”
Thanks to all who helped me turn out another daily blog post, including YOU!!!!
A nod to all the great sax players I’ve seen on stage in this fantastic life, Ann.