Old Sweetwater

Old Sweetwater

Sunday, September 6, 2009


An 87 year old man said to a group, but no one in particular, "There are a thousand people who would give anything to sit where you're sitting and do what you do."
My natural smarty-pants side wanted to whisper, "Name me ONE." But before I could take my next breath, I realize he was right.
Why? Because before I was here, I had wanted to be where I was sitting and do what I am doing.
He's right and in my limited thinking, he stated a profound thought.
It's easy to become bored, tired, feel unappreciated, see greener grass, feel you're capable of so much more, get antsy...you get my drift.
Today I am taking inventory and deciding to be truly appreciative of where I am and what I'm doing.


paula said...

so very true and something I must always remind myself.

Anonymous said...

We Americans are beginning to appreciate our jobs now.

Anonymous said...

The grass is always greener.....because of a lot of...well...fertilizer!!!!

Tracey said...

Excellent reminder!!!!!!!

:) T

Anonymous said...

I am grateful, but this helped me remember to act that way. :)