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Woke up while it was still dark so I could see Stephen off to work. Checked my whatsapp messages because some of my family and friends wake up at the crack of dawn and they usually drop me a wish or two. It's always heartwarming to wake up to such positivity.
Went back to sleep until about 9.30 am and stayed in bed till 10ish. Okay, I sense raised eyebrows now! Hahahahahahahaha! But this isn't how it is everyday. Most days I have an agenda and I stick to it but once in a while a moment appears and I just allow it to envelop me.
With coffee in hand, I do a quick check of emails and find one that I want to reply to because the person is important to me. It's always a treat to read and dissect each other's words but with no judgement; only love, support and encouragement for one another. Such are the types of connections we should look for when we are older and not the ones that sow seeds of discontent and hatred.
It has been raining for a while now. Thunder was in the distance and the beat of the rain on the awning was slightly deafening. Soft Christmas carols are playing in the background and I feel a strong sense of peace and happiness.
Not everything is perfect in my world. No one has a perfect life but as I always like to think, it is far from imperfect.
While I was replying, one load of clothes was washed and dried and I'm feeling that the quiet moment was time well-spent. Whatsapp messages came in and went out, between the email reply and I think I've made some people smile, feel better about themselves and helped them along their day.
I managed to rethink some of the old stories while replying an email and I realise how far I have moved on. The stories have a lesser hold on me and who I am now. In some way, it's just a moment but how those moments have added up to making a nice few hours by myself, my coffee and my thoughts.