I mean sometimes, do you day dream so big that it surprises you?
Yesterday, I had a daydream that our beloved Canine Son Carter, an 11-year old Yellow Lab stole one of Jesus’ sandals.
We laid Carter to rest yesterday morning, Valentine’s Day.
It was a glorious moment when the image of Carter meeting Jesus and licking Jesus’ face so much with affectionate kisses that Jesus finally had to laugh and say, “OK Carter, enough, that’s enough already.”
And Carter obeyed. But quickly grabbed one of Jesus’ sandals and began his favorite game – keep away.
Dream big today, no matter your circumstance. Try not to let any thing or any one deprive you of your most glorious day dream.
Benchmarking. Seeing, not how others do things, but more importantly, seeing how others think.
I am a serious bench-marker. Way more than the average bear.
There will come a time when my (five) blogs have more sophisticated features. All good things take time. Rome wasn’t built overnight. I didn’t wake up one day and get to represent the United States at the WMA Master’s Track & Field World Championships. It took a decade.
Anyway, this blog caught my eye because of Trent’s 14 Money Rules. Click here to go to Trent’s blog. Scroll down a bit, its on the right side column.
Money, like our mind, body and spirit, need constant attention, otherwise we will not reach our potential.