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Day 3367: I know this much is true

“I Know This Much is True” by Spandau Ballet is running through my head right now:

I know this much is true:

  • Innocent people are dying because of the actions of terrible leaders.
  • My suffering does not alleviate the suffering of others.
  • There are many wonderful people on this earth.
  • People are causing irreparable damage to this earth.
  • Some things can be repaired.
  • Cats are personal medicine for many of us humans.
  • I have trouble making certain types of decisions.
  • People grieve according to their own timetable.
  • Being kind to others and to myself is a priority for me.
  • My husband Michael is a fabulous cook.
  • It’s often healing to realize that you are not alone.
  • I share thoughts, feelings, and images on this blog to prepare for each day and to connect with others.

I know this much is true: it’s important to celebrate whatever you can these days.

True thanks to all who know their personal truths, including YOU.

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Day 3022: Cute

Yesterday I wrote about word choices. Today my word choice is cute.

My nice and cute guy, Michael, actually said the word “cute” when I showed him one of those images. Can you guess which one?

Yesterday I had a cute idea of how I might spend my May 8 – 23 vacation from work. Instead of spending the whole time in our cute home by the sea, I thought it might be cute to do “The Year(s) of Living Non-Judgmentally” World Tour. That is, I could visit some of my cute readers, staying in cute hotels, and eating in cute restaurants. If you want me to visit you, leave a cute and convincing comment below.

Here’s “Cute” by Neal Hefti:

Thanks to all who help me blog every day (no matter how cute I’m feeling) including YOU!

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