That phrase, the signs are your friends…Ron used to use whenever we would get lost and would be trying to find our way out.
This morning in order to take a break from the world of boxes, I went shopping to get a few items that I have convinced myself will help the place look pretty. My ego just corrected me, will make the place look prettier. Have to honor that super ego. It is good for you and very healthy sometimes. As long as you keep it under control.
Among other things, I saw this print and I thought, I like it! I will put it in the bathroom where people are really at peace and cannot do anything much, and can ponder on the phrase, courtesy of a D. Brant.
The reason why I liked the print was because it reminded me about the importance of living and staying in the moment. Coach “K” once said in an interview that he tells his players when they are down and only a few seconds left on the clock, just that, to stay in the moment. Don’t look back, don’t focus on forward. Don’t I need to laser that into my disappearing neurons. Probably you are thinking that I am bowl of contradictions. I am already thinking about my next place, and on the other side of my mouth, I am saying “stay in the moment.” I am a work-in-progress. Perfection will be achieved when I convert back to invisible energy.
Today I am keeping it short to give you time to ponder on D. Brant’s phrase.
So it was today…27 July, 2011…a day of opening boxes, cooking spaghetti and looking forward to my first home-made meal.
Your Happy Contessa
“The aim, if reached or not, makes great the life.” Robert Browning, English poet and playwright. 7 May, 1812 – 12 December, 1889.