I had one of those days. You know the days I’m talking about.
I woke up a bit later than usual. Everything I touched fell down, fell apart, created havoc in my day. It was snowing, so everyone was driving 10 mph on the highway. My coffee took too long to be prepared at Starbucks. The power went out as I walked into the office. I could go on and on, but then you’d stop reading.
I hate being off-center. I used to consistently live my life in that place. Over the past month, I’ve had off moments here and there, but overall, I’ve been doing really…well. I love my life, and I say that will all due sincerity. The cynical person inside of me has been waiting for the honeymoon of the new job to end.
But it hasn’t. It just keeps getting better. Everyday a new opportunity presents itself for me to be the person that God has created me to be. Everyday I learn something that I didn’t know the day before.
That is why the off-center days frustrate me so much. I focus on the crap rather than focusing on the great things going on.
Tomorrow, I will be more centered. It will be a better day.