Sunny Wednesday

I want to send a sincere thank you to all my friends who have sent positive messages since my dire posting about Sunday’s funk. I am very happy to report that those messages, and getting back into my routine of exercise and eating has made an immense difference in my mood and perspective.

I know full well what the future holds. But as long as I stay focused on today and what is happening right now, I will be safer – both spiritually and physically. And fewer falls as well.

So important work to be done today, and eager to get on with it.

Peace!

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5 Responses to Sunny Wednesday

  1. Tom Murphy says:

    Stu — Now I know why they call today “hump” day …

  2. Joan Cannings says:

    Happy day that the gloom has been eased. I am inspired by your bravery and by reading your posts. I am in awe of how you are accomodating this “unwanted visitor”. Sending love and support to you and Roz. Thank you for allowing me to be part of your journey.
    Hugs,
    Joan.

  3. elizabeth says:

    Glad your mood is better. Remember “One Day at a Time”

    Elizabeth

  4. Barbara Gems says:

    You can’t keep a good man down – and you are one of the “goodest” men there are. I’m glad you were able to stay strong and have a sunny day. /Barbara

  5. Bruce Kramer says:

    Isn’t it amazing how alone we feel, and how we embrace the loneliness, only to live again on the edge. It sounds like you have great support, and I can tell you that it is in the support that makes the other stuff a little bit less difficult, a little bit easier to handle. I wish you strength, but most of all I wish you balance. And if there is adaptive yoga in your area at least give it a try.

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