(photo: Courtesy of yesterday’s Facebook feed.)
Merry Christmas 2014.
Hope your December – and however you spent it – brought you unspeakable joy and delight.
Something entirely different this year is necessary.
Inspired by an attitude of positive, good and decent living.
Our clock is ticking.
Do the crazy stuff that inspires the heck out of you.
At some point in life, habitually putting this off is criminal.
(photo: Stopped along the roadside to say hello to these gracious gifts from Mother Nature)
The key difference between a poor attitude and a positive attitude has nothing to do with happiness.
Being happy is not the cornerstone of a positive attitude.
Being grateful is.
While being happy all the time may seem impossible, being constantly grateful is anything but.
(photo: walking down to his favorite place in Glacier National Park – Two Dog Flats Restaurant)
How would we and why would we do something so difficult few others would ever attempt it?
Why wouldn’t a person be driven to do something remarkable?
(photo: one of the final photos from Glacier National Park… July 25, 2014… 4pm)
It’s not often we get to reflect back on the past 48 hours of our life. Not because it’s difficult, mostly because we silently tell ourselves there wasn’t much worth recounting.
Same old, same old.
Then again, there are times when those 48 hours offer something remarkable – if only we pause and reflect.
(photo: Logan Pass at the Continental Divide… looking up and looking down… non-stop)
Ever been too tired or too busy to fulfill solemn promises?
Has Midlife Celebration ever been too busy or too tired to write?
Been close on a time or two in the past 1,900+- days.
Right now, in Kalispel Montana is as close as it’s ever gotten.