Leading with my left Hand
Yesterday, was so lovely in Grand Haven. We reached 30 degrees. The sun was shining. People were out and about. Many smiles. Cabin fever was getting to most of us. The sunshine, drew hundreds of people down to our shoreline and into town. They look like ants in this picture, milling about. Bob Walma, one of our artists, photographed this image.
Daily, I skim several blogs using the application “Bloglovin”. One of the people I follow is Quinn McDonald. Her thoughts today resonated with me, so I thought I would share them. Basically, she talked about how many of us today are always running to keep up. We need to allow ourselves a day off. I am having a hard time with this. Owning a business, being a potter, owning a home and rental properties, plus being a part of a wonderful family, I seem to have a huge “to do” list. I tell all my friends that I love to be busy and juggle many balls. But, really, do I? Check out Quinn’s blog. And yes, I am left handed. I, too, was told in my earlier years that I needed to switch to the right hand. Enough said.