Day 329: Cite

We are preparing to head out of town, and we have a long drive ahead of us. No, we are not on time, but it’s going to be OK. Yes, I get stressed when we are leaving later than I think we should. But I realize that the stress is optional.

I’ve been here before–so I think I will just take a page out of my own book on this one!

 

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6 Responses to Day 329: Cite

  1. I love your comment on the other post. “If I don’t stress, the only thing that changes is that I don’t stress.” That is so true internally, but one persons stress does change everything around them. It laps against those around them and rubs off and changes how others feel. We have so much choice in which emotion we choose to feel. It’s amazing.

  2. revdarkwater says:

    I just realized what a lovely aural pun there is with “cite” and “sight.” Glad for your in-cite! Safe travels, and have a lovely holiday. We’re pulling it all together here, too, and hope to leave as early as possible in the morning.

    • Mark says:

      I hope the snow didn’t slow you down too much–and Happy Thanksgiving!

      • revdarkwater says:

        We had a blue-skies travel window; the only snow I saw was in the furrows of a tomato field near Dillard. It’s a white Thanksgiving this early Thursday in East Tennessee, though. Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours, too. Will be thinking of you thinking of your father. I sense this is our last with my Dad.

      • Mark says:

        I’m sorry to hear that, Rev. I hope this day brought you and your father moments of comfort and joy.

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