I am a firm believer in the idea that life is an exciting adventure. It all depends on the attitude that I choose to have.
I have been a therapist for close to 30 years and was a school teacher for a while. I had the misfortune to have a stroke when I was 30 years old, which left me with a few limitations.
I think my mission in life is to personify the believe that life is an adventure. My imagination is my most valued gift. It has helped me keep life exciting. I love to absorb the atmosphere of the places I visit & visualize the historical events that have occurred. Please join me in my adventures.
It literally amazes me how we can be touched by grace at such unexpected times. Something happened a couple of months ago that is still warming my heart.
On the way to church, I drive through a lovely neighborhood with a park and pretty pond on the south side of the street. Well, the other day I came to the stop sign where the crosswalk leads into the park and there was this cute little girl, probably seven years old, waiting to cross the street. She had a really darling little black & white puppy with her. I smiled at them and motioned for them to go ahead and cross. She, with the puppy dancing along beside her on a leach, started the trek across the street.
Suddenly she stopped mid-stride and turned to me, with a big smile on her face, and threw me a kiss. They then continued on their merry way to their next adventure. That little gesture was so cute and sweet that it continues to bring me joy every time I stop at that sign. It was like a hug from God.