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Day 2927: Make a wish!

Make a wish!

I often invite people in therapy with me to make a wish, using that magic wand.

Just now, I made a wish about the senate races in Georgia. I hope my wish comes true.

My son wishes to return to Scotland tomorrow to attend his last semester at the University of Edinburgh and to be with his girlfriend after being apart for six months. I hope they get their wish.

In case you wish to see some photos I recently took, your wish is now granted.

I make a wish for the return of trust, union, intelligence, and integrity to the U.S. government.

When I was a kid, I sang “A Dream is a Wish Your Heart Makes” in front of people I wish I could see again — my late mother and father.

Last night, I had trouble falling asleep because my heart was making so many wishes for a better future for us all.

I make a wish that you express your wishes in a comment, below.

As always, I wish to express my gratitude to all who help me blog as I wish here every day, including you!

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Day 2916: Living

No matter what day or year it is, I am grateful to be living.

I’m so thankful that you and I are still living, on this Christmas Day 2020.

Do you see evidence of living in today’s images (presented in the order I was living them)?

I wish:

  • sarcasm burned calories,
  • you a Merry Christmas, and
  • better days of living ahead.

Here’s Dierks Bentley with “Living.”

Here is “Carol of the Bells” (with cute cats) by The Living Tombstone.

What are your thoughts and feelings about this “Living” post?

Thanks to all who help me appreciate living every day, including YOU!

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