Each Day is Deceptive—Really—Wednesday, June 27, 2018

Each day is deceptive really.Ā  You think at the beginning of the day there is so much to do

You list of all the things you need to get done, as you lie in your bed, forcing your eyelids to ‘stay open’.

You mentally count off each thing, the weight of their worth etching into your mind the thought of time it will take to accomplish.

As you mentally tick off this and that you remember that one thing which suddenly flings you straight out of the bed, the energy of the thought echoing inside your head

That THIS is the day you must accomplish/go to/company coming/ whatever the marker is you’ve been working toward.

Then there you are, moving quickly and solidly and thoroughly through your day

The extraordinary happens!

All we have to do is look.

From my world to your heart!

Linda

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16 thoughts on “Each Day is Deceptive—Really—Wednesday, June 27, 2018

  1. This is SO true! I also find that time seems to warp and shift. Things that I think will take ages, get done quickly and vice versa. And days I think will go badly don’t…and vice versa. It’s good to have lists…but to keep the expectations in check. At any rate, we get to the end of the day, and collapse gratefully into bed, don’t we?

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  2. Linda, your pictures are absolutely beautiful – especially the sky and the heavenly hollyhocks – with all your responsibilities, I don’t know how you do it… sending you love and strength, Valerie

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  3. Great photo of the Red Winged Blackbird! I always have a mental list going…today was clean bathroom really good…and mow again. Luckily supper was leftovers:)

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