It’s almost totally natural for me to
- create a blog post every morning,
- talk to every cat I see,
- sleep less than I’m supposed to,
- overthink decisions,
- have too much on my plate,
- feel unprepared at times,
- worry about the future,
- focus on U.S. politics,
- enjoy living near the ocean despite climate change,
- say too much,
- say too little,
- go the distance,,
- feel tired on stairs,
- trip over things,
- enjoy baseball,
- notice signs,
- make messes,
- be confused by rapid technological change,
- look at greeting cards,
- learn from my mistakes,
- show my feelings,
- fear that I’m losing or bothering people,
- be concerned about people I love,
- try to solve problems,
- have hope,
- watch what I eat,
- think of others,
- facilitate groups,
- make lists, and
- take photos every day.
It’s almost totally natural for me to remind you that you can click on any photo to enlarge it.
I posted one of those photos yesterday on Facebook with the caption “Almost totally natural.” It’s almost totally natural for me to ask you to guess which photo that is.
When I search YouTube for “almost totally natural” it’s almost totally natural that I found “How to make a $1500 sandwich in only 6 months.”
It’s almost totally natural that over four million people have watched that video.
It’s almost totally natural for me to ask for feedback and to look for new ways to thank those who help me create these blog posts and — of course! — YOU.