Blessed Routines

I’m watching the predictable patterns of life starting to play out now that 2013 has officially kicked in. I find both comfort and, admittedly, some drudgery in routine. Like right now, we’re at that post-holiday time of year when the holiday “hangover” still has a little grip on all of us. Your decorations have recently been put away, but it’s likely you didn’t fully redecorate yet. There are just some empty spaces now where there was holiday cheer last month. You have …


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One comment on “Blessed Routines

  1. Dan Downey on said:

    Thanks very much Ron.

    What a wonderful, heartfelt story.

    I got to snow plow my driveway today in Grand Haven, Michigan where we seem to get more snow than our nearby Grand Rapids neighbors. I guess that’s the price for being able to live where my family and I can enjoy and appreciate a magnificent sun set over beautiful lake Michigan after a hard day’s work.

    Yes I said I got to snow plow my drive way – not meaning that I have to, but rather meaning that I am so fortunate that, I got to do it. In other words, “I was able to do it”. Yes, it was hard work however after reading your article today it made me realize how very lucky I am that – I got to snow plow my driveway today.

    I am also very fortunate that our wonderful neighbors let us borrow their snow blower.

    Your wonderful article helped me to have a much greater appreciation of things that frustrate us or that we take for granted.

    Thank you very much Ron, I love your stories. Keep em coming. (by the way, always looking for a good fish fry)

    Dan Downey

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