Happy Hump Day!
There is a wonderful book entitled “Who Moved My Cheese.” It is must reading for anyone experiencing change in their life. It’s been a few years since I read it but the one thing that still stays with me today is the question; “What would you do if you were not afraid”
Many times change itself is frightening. The unknown that makes us uncomfortable. The loss of familiarity in the things we do and feel.
I love learning. I am invigorated by learning new things. That is why I subscribe to two on-line learning services and have an office stacked to the ceiling with books waiting to be read. The problem of late has been that after a few pages or a couple of videos it’s snooze time.
I don’t know if that is a result of the diabetes sapping my energy or that I don’t get nearly enough sleep or some combination of the two.
What’s all this babbling about? Nothing in particular but everything in general. I watch people go through change almost every day. Some good and some not so good. My job is to help them embrace change and learn from it. Change is inevitable and often times we can grow personally and professionally from change.
These images were taken last Saturday. I was happy to see my little friend still alive and healthy. I was nervous the entire time he was at the feeder line keeping one eye open for the hawk that hunts around here. He is super quick but so is the hawk and the hawk has the advantage when he is in the open feeding.
Lots of rambling this morning with not much continuity. It made sense to me when I thought it up but now that it is written I’m not so sure.
Well hopefully you can enjoy the birds and the squirrel. 🙂
Thanks for stopping by the blog. Enjoy your mid-week hump day and be very careful.