The Lost and Found

So, I started my day with a bad attitude, which is funny, because in the grand scheme of things, I should be elated, blessed, full of gratitude, but I embraced where I resided.  My knee is my new nemesis, not cooperating with the mindset of a forty-nine year old woman, so that may have created the canvas for my discomfort.

A sweet friend offered to drive me to Costco and help me load my stuff.   You see, my knee is the size of a grapefruit and the healing process has been cumbersome.   Before she arrived, I looked for my Costco card.  Since I have suffer from an organizational disorder, I always locate things before I need them.  It limits my anxiety.  Except, I could not find my card.   I looked everywhere and realized that it is possible that I discarded it   The last time I was shopping at Costco was before spring break.

Here is the beauty….nothing is ever lost.   The solution was that when I went to Costco, I could get a new card.  Simple as that.  This reminds me that when I am feeling desperate or  feeling that nothing can be recovered, I realize that there is always a solution.  Nothing is ever really lost.  Sometimes, it just takes a while to find what you are looking for.

 

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