It’s raining this morning. Sort of fits my mood. You see, I’ve been sick for the past three days!
I know, it stinks! I hate being sick. It’s a head cold and it’s really not been fun at all.
I spent all of Sunday in bed, had to work Monday (as best I could, it was difficult) and took Tuesday off to rest up. I’ll head in soon for the day and try to get by. It’s clearing up a little, but my head still hurts and I have very little voice.
It’s also raining, like I said. So today I need to look for some sunshine. I might not find it in the sky, so it’s time to look for it elsewhere.
But where do you find sunshine on a rainy day? This is a good lesson for everyone, especially me who is very effected by the weather… I get sad when there’s no sun!
I look for sunshine in a friend’s laugh. In a child’s smile. In an old man’s joke he wanted to share.
Working in an office with lots of people coming and going makes it just a little easier to find certain types of sunshine. But if I can’t find it there, I will look for it in a song on the radio, or one that pops in my head. I’ll look for it anywhere.
Because it might be raining, but I need some sunshine.
If I can’t find it, I will make some.
After all, life is too short not to go looking for rainbows!