Reading Christine Northrup’s Wisdom of Menopause and I’ve made some decisions:
1. I am a happy person. I may have the odd “down” moment, but fundamentally I am very happy. I like being me, I like my life… (okay, I’d like to have more money, but not be a millionaire, just … in the $20s and $30s would be very nice indeed)
2. Men are nice. Two of them jumped to my rescue last Saturday night when I had a flat tire on my way home from a St Pat’s “do.” One held a door open for me yesterday. Yep! Men are very nice!
3. I am never going to retire. I am going to continue doing church work, writing and teaching until I die.
4. I am going to sqeeze all the Joy out of life that I can. Beginning right now. I’m going to go take my walk, fix my lunch, pick up and deposit my paycheck and pay some bills… visit the library… and just have a fantastic weekend, too. Tomorrow I’m going to Confession, and I’m going to find some local enrichment activity to sink my teeth into, also.
There! It’s not much, but it’s a start of a life blueprint for the rest of my days, don’t you think?
That sounds wonderful! I wanted to chat with you last night but my computer was acting up. Mabye tonight we can talk.
I found your blog quite by accident, and love this post. Hello from a fellow Catholic blogger 🙂
Thanks, Gals! It’s nice to find friends and support on the Web!