“Do not speak of your happiness to one less fortunate than yourself”-
I complain a bit too much about my hardships, I know. I complain about working two schedules, single parenting, property taxes, the condition of my house, which I can’t afford to maintain as it needs. I lament the lack of downtime in my life. Like Tina Turner’s “big wheel” that keeps on rolling, my hamster wheel ends where it was when I started running at 3 am. I have so much to be happy about, however, and that’s what I choose to focus on today.
I’m not in a hut with a dirt floor . I have screens on my windows… I have windows, and a door- not sheets in place of windows and doors, as I’ve seen in my travels. I have food to eat, and my children are healthy and in school. I have a job and a healthy body that allows me to work. I work with a lot of great people. I have friends. So, even though I complain a bit on occasion, I am aware of the fact that in the big scheme of things, my life is beautiful.
Today is a ten-minute writing challenge; we have ten minutes with which to create.
With my remaining minute, I will offer you some random advice:
When planning what to food to bring on an airplane, one should avoid the following: boiled eggs, Brussel sprouts, tuna fish, boiled cabbage.
THE DAILY POST
Oct 9, 2014
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10 minutes. You and your keyboard (or smartphone. Or tablet. Or pen and paper). No pauses, no edits, no looking back: it’s free-write time!
5 thoughts on “Relativity”
haha! Lydia’s advice on food/flying. This is too funny.
Wait, in my family, boiled eggs are a must on every journey. Why not? Just curious. Cos it spoils easily?
These foods all smell. Airplanes are tight recycled air, and all those foods smell like a dirty diaper.
Hahaha! True! It didn’t occur to me right away! Sorry, I’m guilty of it! 😛
I like all these foods. I just don’t want the people to think I have