I guess I'm normal. I'm never truly grateful for my health until I feel really crummy for several days and don't know when things will get better. This morning I woke up feeling much better and for that, I am really grateful. I hate feeling crummy and though I may be a nurse, I'm sort of a whiny patient. Nothing will bring you closer to whatever you worship, than a scary mammogram, bad test result, or even just wheezin', sneezin' season, and fever. Feeling good is a real gift. Thank you, God, for Claritin.
I'm going to issue my red alert to stay away from the news and newspaper. Too many negative things are happening and not a one of us can change any of what's happened, but we can sure give it lots more power by concentrating on it, talking about it, and gnashing our teeth over it. Remember, whatever you concentrate on, you make bigger. Don't do it. Instead, concentrate on love, kindness, courtesy, and laughter. Make that bigger. It's tons more fun anyway.
And speaking of good....this you must try. Yesterday I mentioned the Asiago Cheese bread from Eatzi's and let me just say, it is a religious experience unto itself. At $4.99 a loaf, though it's not really a loaf, it's more of a flat bread, it's phenomenal. Dipped into last night's tomato soup, it was not of this world. We have well over half of it left, but my plan is to have more soup and bread for lunch, so we'll see what's left when I'm finished. It's filling, too, so soup and bread are a meal and a great one at that. Go. get. some.