is what it is, and today it is grand, oh so grand.
A peanut butter and jelly sandwich with a glass of milk for supper, made by my husband, also known as Mr. Amazing, was enjoyed while he finished simmering his supper fare: ramen noodles. Waiting patiently at our feet is our grand- dog-aughter, a found/rescue/ adopted love for some eleven years.
Our home is warm even though outside, it is brutally cold and windy. The linoleum is older and maybe looks a bit worn, but it is good foundation that has served us well for near forty yearsEconomic wizards remind me that my trash can eats better than ninety-eight per-cent of our world’s population.
We are mindful. We remember the words of Buddha: in the world there is enough for every need, there is not enough for every greed.
We are grateful to live simply so that hopefully others my simply live.