I recently read the wonderful book on simplicity called Notes from a Blue Bike by Tsh Oxenreider . It’s a memoir of sorts with this subtitle: The Art of Living Intentionally in a Chaotic World.
Life shapes us. We all have things that we point to again and again as the thing that made us behave or react a certain way to certain things. And for me, of course, one of the biggies is cancer. And maybe chemo. I’ve had the strangest feeling lately as if I’m almost nostalgic for the AWFUL that was this last November through February. And I think that’s possible because
As a person who consistently takes myself way too seriously – and all of life with me – I have decided it is my goal in life to be able to answer, “Great” (or good or wonderful or peachy or some such thing) in the drive-thru or grocery store when asked in passing, “How are you?” I am such a heart-on-my-sleeve, truth-telling sort of person that previously the Schwan’s man