I was having a pretty good day.
I had a good cup of coffee.
I had a list of things to do, and enough time to do them. And I found a great parking space at each destination.
I made a fruitful sales call today. And a bruised professional relationship is back on track, thanks to a good friend’s intervention.
I bought a fresh turkey for our Thanksgiving dinner. Our oven is on the blink, but a good friend is lending us the use of theirs while they’re away.
I have a workshop to run tonight. It’s going very, very well, and I’m looking forward to what people will come up with.
I didn’t get too annoyed with people at the very crowded grocery store, and I don’t think I did anything too annoying to others. Except, maybe, the woman into whose grocery cart I plopped my turkey, thinking it was my cart. (She laughed, though, so I think I’m good.)
Someone asked me how my family is, and I could truthfully say, “We are all okay!”.
I was just beginning to get annoyed with Jon, but took a break, eating a quick lunch while browsing my email.
And then I found this beautiful little movie about today.
How about you?
Do you have six minutes to make this a perfect, beautiful day?