People talk about having them. I vaguely remember them. I was just about to stop believing in them. Then it happened. I had a GOOD day!
I felt good in my body. I was able to pry myself out of bed and nap in my sunny backyard. I wanted visitors and I engaged in conversation with them. I had enough energy to pull a few weeds and refill the dried up bird feeders.
When my last set of friends left for the evening, one shouted back, “I hope tomorrow is just as good!” It seemed like a no-brainer to respond, “Oh, I’d take 20% worse. Today was wonderful!”