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June 3, 2012

Planning for the future is not wrong. Ignoring the present is. A gray blue morning — while picking up the three newspapeers lining my driveway, I see a blue sky, perfectly, cloudlessly blue. I feel a little nip in he air, but I am comfortable in sweater and jeans — John disparagingly calls them dungarees and objects to my wearing them. — but as I watch the damp mist creeping up the hill from Foothill High School, I rejoice that I can bend to pick up the plasitic wrapped news without pain, although with an uncomfortable stiffening, probably appropriated for age 77 and a half.

“Here I am,” I tell the new morning. “I appreciate you.”

Keep me in the present, Lord, to participate in Your world.

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  1. daughter permalink

    We appreciate you too. Congratulations on starting your blog!

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