365 Days, Living In the Moment

365 Days, Living In The Moment: Day 254

Although today I was not really around people, I think that’s what I needed. Which is the beauty say as I’m a very social person but I think sometimes you need a day or a few hours alone and just to recharge and get things done. Not that I don’t love the hustle and bustle of my office but it’s nice to have a day where no one is bugging you and you can just hang out with your headphones in doing your thing. And yesterday’s post I spoke about the little things and have all the little things are what make life. This is one of those things and this is one of those days. After the week I have had I needed a day like this and I am happy to report that I was able to get 90% of my work done.

There was one part of my day that was not necessarily the best I had to wait a while for my ride home and is much is I was annoyed by this I can’t really say I was surprised. I’m used to it by now which is kind of bad because I shouldn’t be used to getting home and hour after I should be but I am OK with it now and there are much worse things that can happen in life than being in our rates or having transportation problems. The bigger problem is in life make these small inconveniencing everybody seem like small inconveniences and it is only recently that I realize how fragile life really is. I mean I have written this series of posts for the last 254 days but I am not sure I really knew what living in the moment was until I was directly confronted with the possibility of not having someone in my life and that was terrifying. Let’s just say I take moments a lot more seriously now.

So now I’m home in my bed I can’t really ask for much more other than a good weekend that is unfolding in front of me and the ability to live in the moment that I can truly remember this weekend and for every other weekend to come.