The more you lose yourself in something bigger than yourself, the more energy you will have. ~Norman Vincent Peale
Energy is an important resource. I was recently reminded of it by my son when he chastised me for wasting water by letting the faucet run in the sink without regard to the amount I was using when doing the dishes. You would have thought after living in the West for ten years I would have learned more about drought and dry conditions. Hazy days of summer came from smoke of wildfires raging in Colorado and neighboring states. I’d been used to seeing haze from humidity in the atmosphere having grown up in the mid-Atlantic states.
I guess I’ve always had faith the well will not run dry This past Easter I was reminded of how energy is shared with other people when I had a special visit from my great source of joie de vivre. A few days with “my energizing bunny” restored the chamber that had run low but thankfully was nowhere near empty.
Onward I go…I’ll spring forward into the final stages of publishing a family history narrative that has something to do with life’s energy. The story is about my ancestors and it takes place in the first decade of 1900, but it’s still oh so relevant and a narrative I feel compelled to tell.
I can feel the gratifying feelings of all things fulfilling and of accomplishment for my next publishing project. It is on the horizon.
My “Easter Energizer Bunny” and his mate at the Garden Gate.
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