Combating boredom. It’s a start. Flowers have been planted at the front entrance. I’ve still got some work to do. Weeding, trimming, watering, mowing.
We put this three tiered walkway planter in a few years ago after removing a bunch of scruffy evergreen shrubs. The basic idea was to give people who came to our house a reason to smile and to give us a reason to smile when we went to the front door.
Happy thought inventory. All I ever wanted out of this life was to find happiness. I found it and I’m not letting go. Right now, my happiness is gardening and taking photos of birds.
Over the years, I’ve been stupid, I’ve been lazy, I’ve been difficult, I’ve been a workaholic, I’ve made mistakes, but, I’ve never killed anyone, I’ve never tried to ruin anyone’s life, I have a good moral compass, I’m reliable, I treat people with respect, I accept those who are different from me, I’ve let go of the things I can’t change, I’ve let go of my regrets, I’ve let go of the people who’ve brought depression and caos into my life. I’ve embraced the simple things in my life and that is how I found my own personal happiness. If you’ve found happiness in your life hang on to it like it’s gold. If you’re still looking for it, just find the nearest rainbow and work your way to the end, it may be there. If it’s not, try the other end. It’s not the destination, it’s the journey that matters.
Supply status. No worries.
Weed inventory. No worries.
Laundry status. No worries.
No first-responder activity to report.
The hunkering down continues.
Still alive and well here in Denver.