I didnâ€™t get a lot of sleep last night. As I stared at the ceiling, occasionally turning over to see what time it was, I wondered how many other Americans are not sleeping well these days with all the stuff going on in the world. I could almost here a collective chaos.
When the alarm finally startled me awake; I must have fallen asleep at some point; I made a decision to try to make it a great day. Even though I was blurry eyed and trying to focus on the beginning of a Monday morning, I could make the best of it.
I was about 3/4 of the way along my morning walking route when a wasp stung me in the back of the head. It was loud and it was menacing and once it stung me and I swatted at it, it became angry and landed on my hand and made an attempt to sting me again. I yelled and danced around like a maniac before getting it away from me. The woman down street looked my way like the was some sort of maniac screaming and dancing in the middle of the street.
I was still determined to have a good day.
My work calendar was jammed with meetings today. They werenâ€™t particularly intense meetings but there was more on my calendar than I like to have on a Monday.
The determination maintained, even after a quick cat nap during my lunch time.
Servers crashed shortly before the end of the day, luckily they were not servers under my direct care but quite a few people pinged me about the outage. It was handled. It was resolved.
I still had a good day.
Earl dialed up an LGBTQ+ themed indy movie called â€œDaddyâ€ this evening, and we sat together in the living room watching this piece of art. There was a twist or two that I didnâ€™t expect and it had that whole â€œwe used a camcorder!â€ vibe to it, but I recognized some of the actors and it was well done.
It has been a good day.