#3GoodThings – #4

#3GoodThings – #4

(Written Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2019)

Today was another road travel day to Angers. On Tuesdays I don’t leave as early as Mondays. If I can get on the road by 10:30-11:00am, I’m fine… much better than Monday’s 6:45am departure… already a #GoodThing in and of itself! 🙂

Here are…


Today’s #3GoodThings

  1. While I didn’t start my day with breakfast in bed… it wasn’t far from it. A couple of Timo’s classes were cancelled this morning so he didn’t start until 11:00am. He offered to make me breakfast… a rolled french omelette with candied ham (cooked in maple syrup – Timo has a real knack for cooking). I rarely have more than coffee and maybe a slice of toast for breakfast so this was a wonderful treat!
  2. On my way home from Angers, as I neared Châtellerault, the moon was just beginning to peek above the eastern horizon. There must’ve still been a remnant of the blood-moon effect as the orange tinge was very noticeable. What’s more, when it first appeared, it loomed large on the horizon like a fall harvest moon does… big and beautiful. I was fortunate to have seen it as, just a short while later – indeed before I arrived home – it had crept up behind the cover of clouds and was no longer visible.
  3. As I mentioned in #3GoodThings – 1, I’m reading Shawn Achor’s, The Happiness Advantage and in today’s chapter, it was like he had been “reading my mail”he described perfectly the way I’ve been feeling about a number of things & situations. Not only does that help me to understand the way I feel… but it gives keys to help address those feelings as well. That’s encouraging and I’m thankful for increased understanding!

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