so they are doing some sort of cleaning and glazing for the brick driveways this week end and we are without being able to park. I parked there last night, but this morning, there was still no sign of them showing up. so I called the owner and asked what’s up? this is an inconvenience and when… you get the idea. Anyways, He called them and now miraculously, they will show up today, but we are without parking for the entire week end.
so I get fed up being the landlady/slash elderly lady’s go fetch it girl and I spoke up that I am not the errand girl, but it seems this week end, I had to put together a new vacuum, take the old one to batteries and bulbs, and might have had to take her grocery shopping. but I guess they are knocking on her door and telling her to get up and move her car out of the garage. So, for two days, parking on the street, boo hoo. I could be grateful I have a vehicle that transports me places.
also, volunteering to play the harp this week end and a neighbor has said he would help me.
Speaking of which, got this story form Mary Morrisey this morning:
What if every single thing that was happening in your life was actually a vehicle for good?
What if everything in your life was part of a good that you can’t even comprehend but can trust anyway?
Hafiz, the 14th century poet, asks “What if you were playing chess with the most intelligent, wise Being that ever existed in the entire universe and that Being wanted you to become master of the game. Where would every piece be on the chess board that would help you become the master of the game?”
Your life is set up to realize your mastery.
This is so that you have the greatest opportunity to become self- realized.
So take a moment today and look for the good. It’s there, I promise!