Wednesday, July 22, 2009

LIfe in Bullet Points

  • Getting lost is not the end of the world.
  • I should know. I got lost so many times in big city far away.
  • Eventually I found my way.
  • With much help.
  • Which sums up life as I see it.

  • Getting chest pain during one medical test this week freaked me out.
  • Getting tested for diabetes freaks me out, too.
  • So I'm putting it off for a few days yet, hoping my blood sugar levels
  • will somehow miraculously right themselves.
  • I think that's called denial.
  • None of this freaks God out.
  • I'm trying to remember that.
  • Diabetes is not the end of the world either.
  • That much I know.
  • Even so I have an urge to become Chicken Little and proclaim the sky is falling.
  • Thankfully it's a momentary urge.

  • Yoga pup is getting a little vet time today.
  • I'm hoping it helps him stop peeing on the carpet.
  • At least he can aim.
  • Wish he wouldn't aim at my new couch.
  • The bugger.
  • Every day, including this one, is a good day to be alive.
  • Full stop.
  • Oh, the waving arms and "But, but , buts..." my mind wants to interject.


Cat said...

Great bullets for midweek!

Owen said...

Brotherly love sent your way.

Gin said...

Love your life in bullet points. Priceless.

Wine and Words said...

Diabetes is manageable. I know quite a few people with it. I did the McDougal diet with my friend Stephanie because she was pre-diabetic. We did really well on it. Felt great. Might want to look into it.

Just a thought. Hang in there Hope.

Prayer Girl said...

So good to get an update on how things are going.

Love you,

Jim said...

You remain in my nightly prayers, ma'am.....

Gabriella Moonlight said...

I love this post, it sums up a life well...once yoga pup gets "tutored" as we say, the aiming will be less and less.

I hope you are well and am sending you many great thought and love.

Ellie said...

I love your blog! And I love the Life in Bullet Points.

"Oh, the waving arms and "But, but , buts..." my mind wants to interject."

Man, do I understand this.

Jennifer said...

This is lovely. And to my way of thinking, sometimes getting lost is just God's way of taking us where we're really supposed to go. :-)