Sunday, February 24, 2008

Sunday Sunday Sunday

Don't you hate it when those anouncers for for those Monster Truck rallies shout that at you. I prefer my Sundays to be queit and filled with peace, joy and harmony. No monster truck rallies for me. I am working this Sunday. Not really by choice. I was given the choice when I was first asked and I agreed to work. Then shortly after I left for the day, the plant manager made it clear to my boss that he wanted us to work today. So it worked out for the best. My boss was able to tell the plant manager that I was working and didn't have to mention that he gave me the option.

I really wanted to take the day off to spend some time with my family but that little voice in my head told me to work today. That happens to me a lot. I listen to that voice even though it doesn't always agree with what I want to do but in the end I find I did the right thing.

Everyone here is in a bad mood this morning. All it took was one person with a bad attitude to get the whole crowd arguing and in a bad mood. I just sat there smiling. It's a great day out there so lets be happy. You can't get to me. I will tell you more about that tomorrow.

I hope everyone has a wonderful Sunday filled with peace joy and harmony.



Janice Thomson said...

It's a beautiful sunny day in BC Greg - no bad moods here :) I'm off for a walk in the rather frost-laden woods today.
Have a good day at work!

Sian said...

Never been to a monster truck rally. Sounds like fun if a bit noisy.

Kathy said...

I would want to work with you, Greg! I love being around positive people. Why is it that the negative people seem to spread their attitude more easily than the happy people? Anyway...just keep being that shining example...maybe someone will notice.

Old Lady Lincoln said...

We all have some days when we would rather be doing something else, and I'm like you, I try to make the best of it. Takes more time and energy complaining about it, then just accepting it and doing it. Makes the day go a lot quicker. Hope you have a pleaseant evening when you get home.

Annie said...

It is true that we choose how we feel, at least most of the time. I can see that you have mastered your moods, Greg.

Wanda said...

It rained here today, but it didn't matter...we had two great Sunday worship services...sang with the praise team, got my computer fixed and made ate Potato Soup!! Good Sunday.

I'm glad they couln't get to you...will want to hear about that tomorrow.

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