When searching through my files for an appropriate post today, this one made me smile, especially given events day before yesterday. See, I have arthritis in my hands and when I type a lot (I’m a writer so d’uh), my fingers swell. Sometimes, I have to take off my wedding rings and they usually fit fine on my pinkie finger. If it’s loose, then I put it in the case on my desk where I keep my regular glasses as opposed to my computer glasses. It sucks to be old, lemme tell ya! Anyway… The rings were on my little finger. And I did the things. Lots and lots of things besides typing. And right after dinner, I realized I was no longer wearing my rings. Panic! I backtracked. I searched. I…panicked. And then I appealed to every known source of finding things.
I’d left a load of laundry in the dryer so yesterday morning, I hit the “refresh” button to heat out the wrinkles. I started looking again for my rings. No luck. I went back to the garage and turned on all the lights to check the floor out there because Lawyer Guy and I worked on the broken garage door cable the night before. Nothing. I folding the clothes, checking both the washing machine and dryer for the rings, in case they’d come off while sorting/stuffing/folding laundry. Nothing. I picked up the basket of folded clothes, turned around, and caught a glint of gold and sparkle from the corner of my eye. Yup. There were my rings, sitting on top of my summer bedspread stuffed in a basket waiting to be washed. I… *shrug* You tell me. Anyway, the Universe’s message makes a lot of sense today.
Excusez-moi, Silver, but celestial protocol usually involves either a nod, a wink, or at the very least an acknowledging sideways glance while peering over your sunglasses, whenever a life-changing miracle is performed on your behalf.
And I’m quite sure you know exactly what I’m talking about.
Oh, you’re welcome.
Anytime. Anytime at all. Literally.
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They never cease, huh, Silver? Especially not for you.
Yeah, I know exactly what the Big U is talking about. And it never ceases to amaze. So, whether it was Christmas magic and elves, the fairies, St. Anthony and/or St. Jude, God, my guardian angel, or Freddy the Poltergeist, I got my own little miracle and I’m thankful. What miracle or good thing has happened to you lately?