The only difference between a good day and a bad day is your attitude – that’s my message to the world.
It’s 12 : 13 PM on day 2421 of my journey towards independence and I managed to pray, read Exodus 23: 25 have breakfast, and learn a new word – Anachronism
Anachronism [a·nach·ro·nism] n. One that is out of its proper, chronological, or historical order, especially a person or practice that belongs to an earlier time. “A sword is an anachronism in modern warfare.”
Today something small happened that caused me quite a bit of physical pain and I just decided that whether the pain subsided or not I would have a good attitude the whole day because the only difference between a bad day and a good day is my attitude (from my adventuring I learned to push through my fears and in much the same way I push through my pain).
Every day that you are alive is a good day – that’s my message to the world.
It’s 12 : 30 PM on day 2074 of my journey towards independence and I managed to pray, read Romans 12: 9-21, have breakfast, learn one new thing – Apollo missions took about three days to reach the moon. But the quickest trip to the moon was the New Horizons probe, which zipped past the moon in just 8 hours 35 minutes on its way to Pluto. However, the spacecraft didn’t even slow down or approach lunar orbit.– and work on my 25 Smiles Campaign – raised $5 749 only $501 more to raise before Jan 10 2017 (SO SO SO GRATEFUL to everyone who has supported this campaign so far 🙂 ).
This morning I found myself thinking I was having a bad day then it occurred to me that every day that I am alive is a good day which is true every day is a gift and should be celebrated.
In life all of us will have good days, bad days and days that are just okay the trick is to smile through every day – that’s what I keep realizing
It’s 12 : 09 PM on day 1735 of my journey towards independence and I’ve managed to brush my teeth, pray, read Micah 3, publish my Disability of the Day feature, publish my Kid of the Week feature, feed myself bran flakes with banana for breakfast, learn one new thing –Paleontologists and mother-daughter team Meave and Louise Leakey have made significant contributions to our understanding of human origins, continuing the legacy begun in 1931 by Louis S. B. Leakey with his discoveries of ancient fossils in Tanzania’s Olduvai Gorge. – and promote my Educate Generations campaign– Ronald Rip and Beverly Bernhardt donated $40 and $60 respectively yesterday (thanks Bev and Ronald) which brings my total raised to $3 145 🙂
Today I woke up feeling as though I had been run over by a truck thankfully I feel slightly better and have decided to smile through the day headache, fatigue and all.