JAMIE’S BLOG – YEAR 9 keep playing – 12 days to go

19 Dec


There are 12 days left of The Promise 365!

I thought today was Friday, the entire day, up until I got in my car and headed home. Then I realized it was Thursday. Which was very disappointing, because, you know… expectations.

But then tonight, we spent hours on the phone playing games with our niece. The game goes like this:  name a letter, and then the other person has to draw an animal that begins with that letter. It’s simple and it’s fun, it’s simply fun.

So you see, sometimes Thursday nights are better than Friday days. We just have to enjoy the moment and play with life.

In so many ways, this blog over the past nine years has been an exercise in playing with life. From Mexico to the Grand Canyon to France to Germany, from the East Coast to the West Coast and back again, I have chronicled the highlights of each and every day. It has been a privilege and in many ways a game. A game against the clock of time, the 24 hours in a day, to find a theme, a moment, a memory or a story to tell and share and find meaning in it, or at least a few words to type about it. 

It hasn’t always been easy, it hasn’t always been fun, but it has been a privilege and an honor and labor of love. Most of all, it has been an amazing way to play the game of life. And while this is the last year of The Promise 365, it’s not the last you will hear from me. That I can promise. 

And, to that, I say, keep playing. 

Trust me!
More tomorrow.Jamie


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