Yesterday, I witnessed and participated in several improvements, including:
- people working to improve coping skills and reduce anxiety, depression, and stress,
- me overcoming anxiety and improving myself by singing “The Lion Sleeps Tonight” at a party, and
- comedian Steven Wright, creatively and hilariously improving people’s moods last night at Boston’s Wilbur Theatre.
Today, I’ve witnessed and participated in several technological “improvements” which have made it more difficult to:
- share my video of my singing performance and
- write this blog post.
At this point, despite several tries (and searches for help online), I cannot “improve” YouTube by posting my singing performance there from my iPhone (done easily, twice, in 2014).
However, I do know how to improve this post with some photos from yesterday:
I shall now improve your understanding of those photos. Three of them were taken at the party. Also, I snapped the last shot after I FOUND A PARKING SPACE DIRECTLY ACROSS FROM THE WILBUR THEATER!!!
Talk about improvements.
All right, dear readers (who improve my life, daily), I shall now try to improve this post (which I’m creating on my iPhone) by including last night’s video the same way I include photos here (a feat of improvement, strength, and skill never before attempted by me).
Nope. Can’t do it.
Here’s another improvement I am noticing in myself, right now.
Often, when I cannot do something I’ve been able to do before, I get:
- stressed, and
- freaked out.
I hope it’s an improvement to this post to share that I’m not alone in this.
Here’s today’s improvement:
I am letting go of my disappointment in not improving this post in all the ways I’d like to, right now. I have faith that, with help from others, I shall be able to improve a future blog post with my video from the party.
I shall now further improve this blog post with this Steven Wright line from last night:
I was wondering how my life might have been different if I’d been born one day earlier, and I thought it wouldn’t be different at all, except that I’d have asked that question yesterday.
How might you improve this post with a comment, today ?
Thanks to everybody who improved my life yesterday and to you — of course! — for improving my world, here and now.