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I'm looking at everything as if I'm seeing it for the last time, which may well be true, and it gives me such appreciation for things I've taken for granted all my life. But looking at things for the last time allows me to see a lot of them for the first time, if that makes any sense.
A man came up to the window at my Starbucks this morning and said,
“I do not know the person in line behind me, but I would like to pay for their coffee this morning. Tell her to have a great morning.”
She was astounded and so grateful she did the same thing - and so did 5 other people this morning.
Pay it forward!
Just about the time I was feeling sorry for myself because i was lonely, hungry, bored, and thirsty, a very sweet Hospice woman showed up at the door with a cheese whopper and onion rings from Burger King. God works in Mysterious ways!! She stayed for some very nice conversation and then she left.
Then I got some news from the recent high school reunion which I had to skip: the guy who called, who was always kind of a goofball. told me he has leukemia, and a lady who everybody likes a lot has cancer. I’m not sure the extent of either, but the cancer may be worse. Neither sound good.
Get busy with your bucket lists folks.