|Ghost says hi!|
I realized something this past weekend that isn't terribly epiphanic (is that a word?). One of the things that has come out of this 'shelter at home' order is that there is no rush to do anything. I do like that as I've never been good at rushing. Some people seem to thrive on it (people who work in Emergency clinics for example).
When I was young, one of my uncles used to call me "Pokey" because I did things so slow (was always the last to get up from the table as I ate slowly, etc.) I still do. I hate rushing - for any reason.
But in life sometimes it is necessary. When I worked at Veterinary Hospitals (as an Animal Medical Tech - long story as to why I got my BS in Animal Science but never tried to get into Veterinary school - maybe another time.) - anyway, when I worked in these Animal Hospitals, I loved the work - but many of my colleagues chose to work the Emergency Clinics (not me - too fast moving - not my thing).
So now when I go through my list of things to do for the day (and yes, I do make a daily list), if I didn't get to do one or two - it's like 'OK, just move it to tomorrow - no sweat'. We're certainly not going anywhere...
This may all seem a bit trivial... but to me it was like an epiphany.
Any epiphanies for you lately?
|my attempt at making them|
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Hope you are all staying home and staying well! I love having you virtually visit... and please take care... these are strange and somewhat dangerous times.