- I appreciate the Police’s song “Don’t Stand So Close to Me” in a new way.
- Open the economy protests give me a whole new understanding of the phrase, “cull the herd.”
- My frown when people don’t follow the traffic pattern at the grocery store is invisible.
- I really mean it when I wear my hat that says, “Not in the mood to wash my hair today.”
- I don’t feel awkward saying once again, “I’ll have to miss the progressive dinner this year.”
- There are no students upstairs playing knee hockey on the simulated wood floor.
- Developing a habit to wipe down the stove top, sink, and refrigerator was a snap.
- The governor waived late fees on overdue excise tax payments.
- No one tells me to, “Just relax. It’ll all work out.”
- I don’t feel guilty about not visiting my mother.
Since I wrote this top-ten list, I keep finding more reasons to appreciate things that I never thought I would. I feel frugal when I have a 50 pound bag of dog food delivered. I’m grateful for post-nasal drip because (I think) it means I don’t have Covid-19.