Today’s Prompt: My Dream Day. Describe your ideal day. How would you spend your time? Who
would you spend it with? Have you had this day? If not – how could you make it
My dream days now are much different from they used to be.
Today I take one day at a time. If I have a good day, I try to make the most of it.
The other day is a good example. I woke up not feeling the greatest, but I rested, and in the afternoon it was nice and warm and I felt better. So I asked my husband if we could take a ride that afternoon. (I’m a very lucky person, my husband works at home and can work flexible hours.) We decided it would be a nice day to take an afternoon ride with the top off my little yellow VW bug. (even though I can no longer drive, we decided to keep my car as the family car because it gives me such joy.) We went for a ride by the lake, and I saw a huge hawk which flew very close to the car. It was a beautiful sight. We drove through a little town and had a drink and snack and came home. I got a bit too hot and we had to put the top up and turn the air on, but it was a lovely afternoon. I didn’t feel well on the way home, but I hated for our afternoon to end.
Later, after we got home and I rested a bit, I was delighted that I felt better and was able to help with dinner. Something I so rarely get to do, and I love to cook. This day I was able to make nearly the entire meal with minimal help. A good day indeed.
So this was a wonderful day. A “dream” day.
It doesn’t have to be the perfect “dream” day to make me happy. However, I still dream of going to the beach with my husband, I love the ocean. Smelling sea air, feeling the ocean breeze and the warmth of the sun on my face, having long walks on the shore, and sitting on a porch reading as the sun disappears over the horizon. Eating fresh seafood caught straight from the ocean, and return to our place with naughtiness on our minds… Hopefully, days like that will happen again. However, if they don’t, we are very determined to live every good day to the fullest.
Who knows on my next good day, it may be a day he has off, and we can actually take a picnic down to that lake, and take a little walk. It may not be the ocean, but it would be a pretty body of water (and hubby loves the woods more than sand I think.)
I may be having a rough time with things right now, so I think it’s even more important to make sure to acknowledge every good moment, and celebrate every day…no matter if it’s a perfect “dream day” or not.