Do you ever wonder what happened to the day? As I sit at my kitchen table writing out my post, or working on another aspect of my blog, I look at the clock and its 11 Pm and I wonder what did I do today? I was productive, of course I had to be, I mean how could I have just wasted a whole day, that just wouldn’t happen.
Although it seems like most of what I do get accomplished is not as tangible as it use to be when I worked more with my hands.
I have a house full of doors that need to be stripped, and repainted, work that my contractors abandoned, begging to be finished, and of course just the normal household maintenance, shopping, cooking….lol, but I’m not telling you anything that you don’t already know, where all pretty much in the same boat.
But when I stop and think about my life, what comes to mind first is that I am truly blessed. I have my health, a job I enjoy, a home to live in, and more food than I need. I have my best friend Lisa to spend the rest of my life with, and all of you, my wonderful, talented friends, who inspire me and keep me motivated. So when I stop and think about it, I really have more than my share of happiness and good fortune.
Thank you my friends for everything you do, every word you right, and every dish you cook. Your support and friendship mean the world to me.
Ok, I know the old chef is getting sappy again, when your all really here for one reason, it’s guest post Friday!!
For those of you that don’t already know Lorie, she is the owner of The Kitchenarian, and since Mr. Webster declined to give us a definition, I am going to borrow the one from Lorie’s website.
kitchenarian — [kich-uhn air-ee-uhn]
- a person trained in kitchen science
- of and all things pertaining to the kitchen
- a blog that examines all subject matter related to the kitchen