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Thursday’s Promise

Today the blues will lift, my guilt over having nothing to really feel blue about will dissipate and my self-doubt will be carried off with the wind.  I realize this is but one of the costs of humanity; it is a cost I’d rather not pay with time as the currency.  The sun has yet to rise and the wind is beginning to ebb, exhausted by its own intensity.  Thursday’s promise is soon to arrive – a kinder day with limitless potential.  Good morning all..


12 thoughts on “Thursday’s Promise”

  1. “The word ‘happiness’ would lose its meaning if it were not balanced by sadness.”. Carl Jung. Having “paid your dues” of late, may today indeed be a brighter day for you…..

  2. Ah Carl…didn’t always agree with his theories of therapy, but about this, I certainly concur. Thanks for your caring comments. Today will be brighter, for I never allow pity parties to last for more than 24 hours… Have a wonderful day! 🙂

  3. I’m awake now. Refreshed by your words and ready to embrace the day knowing at the end of the rain is a rainbow. ❤

    1. Thank you…I am going to make it a point to go out and breathe the cool air that came after last night’s rain, cut some fresh flowers from the backyard and take a long walk with the two knights of the round table. I wish you a wonderful day as well!

  4. The blues need not have a cause: they simply visit. If you are able to have them retreat after 24 hours, then you are lucky indeed. It is best they not overstay their welcome.

    Cheers, Mimi. To a beautiful Thursday, and to you!

    1. It’s true – the blues typically come uninvited and with little reason other than the desire to hang out. I’m ok with unanticipated guests, but they should never overstay. Just a bump in the week – I’m doing my best to escort them to the door. Thanks for your comments – they helped a lot!

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