Oh, I'll be fine, the doctor said I just needed some antibiotics and more rest, but it was a miserable several days because I hate staying in bed. And I could look outside and see the beautiful blue sky and just wanted to be up and about in a normal fashion. So today is my first day in a while where I feel as if I'm alive and getting my strength back, and it also makes me realize how fortunate I am to be in general good health and not find myself in a sickbed often.
I will now try to get back in the groove on my blog and my blogtalk radio shows but will keep my pace slow for a few days. Then it will be back on full tilt with politics, local community affairs and the general story of life including the love and care of our animal friends here on our rural land. Oh, precious life, a wondrous gift that we are so graciously given and so often just take for granted. But the past few days have reminded me that life can change very fast and for that very reason we should never waste a day of our precious time on this earth. And with today being one of those days when we have more options on what to do, what will we do with it?
While we ponder over our first cup of joe and the rooster crows, think about it. Remember, today could be your last. Live it accordingly. Live it like there is no tomorrow. Happy Saturday and God bless you all.