366 days of gratitude

We met in August and discussion turned to one of my favourite books, Christina Hindhaugh’s For Better For Worse and For Lunch.

She said she’d like to read it, I said I had a spare copy I could send her and she wrote her address in my notebook.

When I got home I found the book and put it on the to-do pile on my desk.

That was in August.

Every now and then I’d come across the book but I kept forgetting to take it to town.

Finally, yesterday I noticed the book as I picked up my bag on the way out, took it with me and posted it.

Today I’m grateful for a clear conscience –  at least in regards to that one less item on my to-do list.

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