(1) Although my obsession with my current project kept me up till 2:30 in the morning, I managed to sleep fairly solidly between 2:30 & 7:30. Very thankful for the restorative power of sleep.
(2) Succeeding in solving about eight different problems with one decision, I finally have a full cast for the show. I am now wearing two hats — not three — and am greatly relieved.
(3) Latah Recovery Center. The camaraderie in that building is like no other place I know.
(4) My new computer will be arriving tomorrow. Grateful for the compassionate assistance of all the people who pitched in to make sure I would have a computer capable of handling the work I need to do for this project.
(5) It’s a beautiful day here — more like Summer than Spring. It’s Memorial Day, and no matter what that may mean for different sorts of people, I can’t help but have noticed that all sorts of people are smiling all around town.
(6) I’m grateful for my friend Danielle, who has been helping me tremendously with the managing of my personal finances.
(7) My new bicycle. Grateful for the friend who gave it to me. Grateful for how it gets me to places I need to go so much faster than always having to walk everywhere. Also grateful for the many fine bike paths, and for being able finally to get myself to some of the neighboring towns. It feels like a “stepping stone” between my former ways as a total pedestrian, and the long-awaited day when I will finally have a car.
(8) My friends Marilyn and Melissa, whom I met at the Center a couple years ago. They’re both doing so much better now than ever before.
(9) In a flash, I figured out how to solve all the problems in Act 2, Scene 3 that have kept me hassled and stymied for months now. I immediately reported my “flash” on my Twitter in two successive blasts as follows:
(10) In a somewhat gentler flash, I realized why I’ve felt so hassled with regards to my work. I’ve been acting as though my work is the top priority, the be-all-and-end-all. This is not the case! Life is full of other aspects. All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. Not sure if I’m dull ‘yet — but if I keep working so hard to the exclusion of all other things, I’ll be dull as can be in an untimely grave. So I want to say that I am grateful for this revelation, and of all the colors of the rainbow that is Life.
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