Yesterday, when I was at the Boston Opera House to see the moving musical Hadestown, I discovered this:
As we are moving through the pandemic, I am discovering that more people feel safe enough to move together in a crowd.
Today, what moves me is going to be an Amtrak train taking me and my son Aaron to New York City. I’ll discover what moves me in NYC, besides the new Broadway production of Company and Late Night with Steven Colbert, once I get there.
What moves me is that my son Aaron still likes to travel with me.
Discover what moves you in today’s blog post, including these images:
No matter how much I move, I am not discovering a flat stomach.
In therapy, whenever somebody assigns a negative label to themselves — like lazy, unworthy, stupid, selfish, or bad — I suggest they replace that label with one word. Human.
I’m grateful this the human writing this blog is getting a break from work so she can feel more human and ready to deal with the pain of many humans when she returns in two weeks.
Last night, with humans I love, I saw comedian John Mulaney do a very human stand-up routine in Boston, in which he talked about his friends’ intervention into his drug use, his treatment, and many other human experiences. After the show, my son Aaron, my niece Victoria, and I shared our gratitude for witnessing a much more human, darker, deeper, and still hilarious John Mulaney.
It’s only human that I want to share a few quotes about being human, here and now.
Here are the other human images I choose to share with you today.
If you’re human, you need a break, and it’s only human to waffle and enjoy pie.
Here’s what I find on YouTube when I search for “human”:
I look forward to your human comments, below.
This human ends every post with gratitude, so thanks to all who help me create this daily human blog, including YOU!
In the 1970s, I had several anxiety’s moments, including when I heard about Chicago’s wonderful singer-guitarist-songwriter Terry Kath‘s untimely death from “an accidental gunshot wound to the head.” That still causes anxiety’s moment when I think about it in this moment.