100 Days of Writing – Day Seventy-Nine

Random thoughts and musings on this day…

Nothing in particular as a topic to write about today, so I’ll just post random thoughts as they arise in my mind this beautiful Sunday morning…

  • I got the fever to get a new car yesterday, at least a “new for me” car. I realized that I didn’t know where my car title was and finally figured out it was in hiding from one of the several moves I’ve made over the past years. So I looked where I could in my house and not finding it, thought it might be with the things I have stored in my daughter’s garage. And so last night, right around 10 pm, I went to her house and used my vehicle’s headlights to see what I could find. Within about ten minutes, I found the title. Mission accomplished! I’m not 100% sure I’ll be trading cars, but nice to know I found the missing title.
  • I met a good teaching friend at Barnes and Noble last evening. One of those chance meetings that you know was no coincidence. We had a good conversation about what was going on in both of our lives. It was nice to be able to share with a trusted friend and I consider it a blessing.
  • I did some housework yesterday, which for me is a real chore. I worked on the kitchen and have it looking somewhat more respectable. The thing about it is, it didn’t take that much time and looks so much better. Today, I am willing to try much the same on one of the other rooms in the house. My home is quite small and I realize there are some things I need to get rid of, but that’s for another day.
  • I was a part of a Zoom group on synchronicity yesterday. It’s a topic I’ve been interested in for the past twenty years or so. We had small breakout groups to discuss synchs in our own lives. There were about one hundred people total and the breakout groups were composed of four people. The leader of our group showed a book on synchronicity he had written and it looked familiar. I looked on my bookshelf and sure enough, there it was. So I shared with him that I had read his book and he was quite pleased. So in a group devoted to synchronicity, I was “randomly” placed in a group that had an author of a book that I had on my bookshelf. Needless to say, I’m going to re-read the book. Pretty cool if you ask me.

That’s all for right now….

David Lee

Published by David Lee Moser

I am a sixty-three year old semi-retired elementary science teacher.

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