“But a good day’s a good day no matter what.”

“Some days are good, some days are bad and some days don’t happen at all.”

Today is one of the latter. I’m not back to the urologist for a month… and two weeks seems a lot to be “as little as” waiting for the Toviaz; one apt example of my aggravation is standing up, and before reaching the bathroom door I had just entered moments before, needing to turn back around and go to the toilet again. I’m in my early thirties and have had no children so you can see how I’d consider this behavior redunk even from the Pentagon.

potty-trainingThat being said, I have been able to get much less sleep than I’d normally like. That means increased asthenia and fatigue — even still, I washed the dishes, cooked an easy meal, showered and hung up laundry.

  • I am grateful for the things I did get to do because even boring idle chores are more interesting than laying down all day.
  • I am grateful for a working computer with a working internet connection.
  • I am grateful for dafont.com
  • I am grateful that my latest artwork series finally solidified itself.
  • I am grateful for Cowboy, who has little issue staying beside me on the bed for hours.
  • I am grateful for my wife, who totally married me.
  • I am grateful for a cooked meal on the stove.
  • I am grateful for clean dishes.
  • I am grateful for the vision I maintain. Actual vision, not the pretentious artsy kind.
  • I am grateful to have finally put pride behind me so that I could put a cane in my hand. Wow, it helps.

spoons soviet 002And I am grateful that I could — even on an otherwise “Nothing at All” kinda day — pull 10 things out of the air that show off all the clouds’ silver linings. I used to be the kind of person who wouldn’t even say something so corny as a joke, but I also used to be a very unhappy person. Now instead of gagging me with a spoon, I proffer simply putting more in my back pocket. Soon my wife will be home from work and a few hours after that I will try sleeping again. I also hope to foresee a future wherein I will not need to blog about “downstairs” issues so much… you cross your fingers and I’ll keep crossing my knees!

Meanwhile, what are the ten things you’re grateful for today?

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