Today. Today is your savior; it is often
crucified between two thieves, Yesterday
Today you can be happy, not yesterday
or borrowed from tomorrow. There is no
happiness except Today's.
Most of our misery is left over from
Yesterday or borrowed from tomorrow.
Keep Today clean. Make up your mind to
enjoy your food, your work, your play
Today is yours. God has given it to you.
All your Yesterdays He has taken back. All
your Tomorrows are still in His hands.
Today is yours. Take its pleasures and be
glad. Take its pains and play the [wo]man...
Today is yours. Use it so that at its close
you can say:
I have lived, and loved, Today!
weekending, my favorite part of the week. a time to relax, live, love, just to be. if you'd like to share your weekend either with words, photographs, or both, leave a link to a weekend post in the comments. Joining with Amanda for her weekending post.
First I would like to say Thank you
for all the sweet comments to my
last post. They have meant so much
to me and I hold each one close to
my heart. I have decided to let
yesterday go and concentrate on just
Today, since that is all one can really do
isn't it? I can't worry about the 'what ifs '
or 'could have been's'. So, I have dried
my tears and am making the most of
the day and am not going to think of
the yesterday's or the tomorrow's.
This weekend has been a quiet one.
I have been working on my artist
trading cards for the swap Amanda
is holding. With the passing of the
Lima Bean, I have had to redo my
cards since they featured drawings
of him, but I should have all the new
ones finished and in the mail by Tuesday.
Twice now I have baked the apple
cake Ellen mentioned on her blog.
My guy's inhale it and I already
have plans to bake another one.
This recipe is a keeper!
I finished my cowl and have it
blocking along with the shawl
I completed earlier. I hope
have pictures taken and upload
I am getting in a Lot of
running time and am enjoying
listening to my first ever knitting
podcast [ that I didn't even
know existed, thanks Karen].
It makes it seem like I am running
with a group of friends..it's nice.
I pulled out a stack of old books to
reread in anticipation of Sue Grafton's
newest book, V is for Vengeance.
I ordered and watched Bridesmaids
and wish I had just saved my
money and read or knitted instead. I didn't
enjoy it and had to send my fourteen
year old out of the room for parts of
it. I just thought it would get better,
but it never did. Have you seen it?
What did you think?