Change Your Mood.


Okay, here I go again with synchronicity.

At 6.00 am this morning I walked into the kitchen to make the morning tea to find some dishes all washed and kept away in the drying rack. I opened the refrigerator to check if what I thought had happened last night was right and I found the refrigerator empty. Ranjan had come home for dinner, polished off all the left overs and had washed up all the dishes.

I whooped in joy, did a jig, a sight you would have loved to see in my lungi and set about my chores in a much more cheerful frame of mind than I had been when I had walked into the kitchen.

The background to that little piece about the left overs. We had a big lunch party at home on Sunday for which I had arranged outside catering. Some expected guests did not turn up and food was left over. Very tempting but high calorie stuff that while Ranjan could have with impunity, I better stay away from. That is why I was so happy.

I then boot up my computer to check my mail and find that my frind Megh has shared this piece of very sound advise. When I read it I was smiling all the way because, I do all the nine things all the time.

13 thoughts on “Change Your Mood.”

  1. Hi Rummy,

    Read the nine steps to a better mood and, like you, I already do that everyday. Of course, I do not have the vocal skills of Ms Andrews but I try to sing “The Hills are alive to the sound of music” anyway…to the dismay of my family lol.
    Smiling is a must and I can’t do without music so…you and I will be healthier than many for a long time, eh Rummy ;)?

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  2. i think my forever tedious LOL’s tell the picture.
    the older i get the more i find to smile about. and laugh. not a mindless hyena. but still. i’m a laugher.
    just better. somehow. makes everything worthwhile.
    and infinitely easier.
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  3. Wish I could say I do all nine of these each day. Haven’t found myself pacing in circles with positive affirmations yet. My grandson used to tell wonderful stories as he paced, however. I’ll channel him.
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