So far, it’s a good day.

I was alive when I awoke this morning.

I got dressed all by myself, and I went to the bathroom all by myself.

A minor geyser happened in the washroom at the Finch bus station when the floor drain backed up.  Water water everywhere!  I managed to get my bags off the floor before they got wet, and leave before my shoes got wet.  Whew!

That man, the subject of yesterday’s blog, is not at the library picking his nose and staring at me.

I learned how to calculate percent increase and decrease from a book on fractions, percentages and decimals.  (I love learning new things!)

My vision improved.  I can see and read more things without glasses today than I could in the past.

I did not win the lottery, but neither did I lose the lottery.   I did not have a lottery ticket.

I’m not in any pain, and I feel fine.

I’m still alive!

So far, it’s a good day.


About Gary Johnston

I am an imaginary number -- a symbol used to count and measure. As Senior Imaginary Number at Einstein Equations Incorporated, I facilitate the calculation of the impossible.

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