I’m grateful to still be alive after so many deadly adventures.
I was hoping Capital Health Services had more guided classes, but it doesn’t. If it doesn’t start working out for me, I’m sure everything’ll still be fine. We’ll just see if my family can pay privately for me to go to Thrive Upstate.
Today was a good first day at my new dayhab. I got to exercise, read, and get online.
It’s been confirmed that I’ll start going to Capital Health Services next Monday. My new dayhab’s going to be great!
Believe it or not, once a woman told me to get out. Instead of fighting I just turned around. That solved everything. Well, almost. She still seemed mad at the male gender.
Yesterday I was exploring adult day care centers. One called Capital Health Services has devotionals. I plan to start going there soon.
I don’t know how true this is, but a Church Militant video says a movie blaspheming the Virgin Mary’s coming out on Good Friday. I won’t watch a movie if I know ahead of time that it’s anti-Catholic.
I can see at least a little bit of spirituality in everything I do. I give thanks to God for that gift.
When I’m reading, on the computer, or watching TV. Besides, I can see at least a little bit of spirituality in each of these activities.
I got an MRI recently. Everything’s fine.
One of the things I’m most grateful for is stories. They don’t need to be true or even written down. I see stories everywhere I go. Most people might think of stories as things that would take a while to write, but I like to think of everything I write or talk about as a story. You don’t need to be a writer to have stories.
You can learn, and hopefully if other people are involved you can help each other.
I get my second COVID-19 dose today, and tomorrow I turn 49.
My latest photopainting’s finally ready, and it features manatees.
This is a picture I just took of my recliner featuring my M&Ms blanket and my curtains.
Life motivates me, but society makes me wish I could do some unlearning. I remember a friend saying we need that, and he was right.
It makes me have a sense of purpose. COVID didn’t wipe that out. I just found it odd that we were under lockdown for longer than the “promised” two weeks.
In my room.
I’m taking Art classes on Zoom. That may change when I can start going to the place in Greenville called Thrive Upstate.
They’re fine, but I heard on the news that COVID-19 will be with us forever, Now I’m hoping and praying that Jesus returns sooner than we think! I’m probably not the only one who feels like I’m breathing on myself with the face masks.
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