Life, it’s happening

Yesterday I ran my ass off. Just one of those busy days where life threw me a plate full. I got most all of it done. I got to bed at about my usual time and am up this morning at 4am, earlier than usual, to get ready to get my ass to the airport by 5:30. So I admit yesterday was busier than usual because I’m flying today.

Life? It’s good.

Off to Philly for a Real Estate conference on Wednesday and Thursday. I get to dine with Anne Marie Wednesday, my bud Raymond Thursday and my niece & her family Friday night. Friday during the day I’ll take in a museum or two.

The original trip I would have flown home to San Diego Saturday. Since we learned that my father’s cancer has returned, and can no longer be treated, my plans changed. Since I’m on the east coast I’ve extended the trip and will fly to Roanoke Saturday for a quick visit. I’ll get to check in with he and mom. They seem to be doing ok over the phone but he is being set up for home hospice care, thus I want to check in just to make sure.

It’s time to grab my shower and eat a bite so I can catch my first of many flights in the coming week. I’m not sure how much blogging will happen, so if I miss a day you will know why.

Life, it’s not only good, it’s a good adventure. Sometimes it has less than desirable events, but it’s up to us to find the pearl in the oyster.

10 thoughts on “Life, it’s happening

  1. Your post is a model of positive thinking, though we know that you’ll almost certainly have difficult times ahead (it hardly needs saying). Wishing you good, successful visits and encounters over coming days – and especially earnest good wishes and thoughts to your Dad. We’ll hear from you when you can.

  2. Positive Attitude Leads To Positve Situations. I smiled with you flying into Roanoke. I flew into Greensboro(75% cheaper) and drove to a wedding last weekend in Franklin County.

  3. Anne Marie AND Raymond? Lucky duck! Give ’em both hugs for me.

    I’m sorry your father is struggling with such health issues. I wish your family much love and strength as you navigate through this.

    Safe travels.

  4. Anne Marie AND Raymond? Lucky duck! Give ’em both hugs for me.

    I’m sorry your father is struggling with such health issues. I wish your family much love and strength as you navigate through this.

    Safe travels.

  5. I REALLY admire and try to learn from your positive outlook on life. You are such an inspiration to me.
    I will be sending you and your family LOTS of positive energy from Wisconsin. Travel safely. I will anxiously await your return to blogging.

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