A little known secret no one cares about except one person.
When i launched the self-imposed 100-day writer’s boot camp challenge – to write five daily, differently-themed blog posts – another, much softer and invisible challenge was also launched.
To begin each morning on bended knees, in prayer.
The difference between surviving and thriving is the investment we are willing to commit to.
The first doctor told the 91-year old her odds of surviving the surgery were grim.
Her odds were grim anyway due to a degenerative aortic valve condition.
The second doctor was very optimistic and highly recommended the surgury.
There’s a lesson on Faith in there, but at the moment finding it challenging to uncover and articulate.
Death and punctuation:
Well, I’m dying.
I’m dying well.
Is it just me or does punctuation change everything?
Or simply moving one solitary word from the beginning to the end?