My last blog post spoke to “Life is short. Take the trip. Buy the shoes. Eat the cake.”
I had plans to take time and “eat the cake” in a number of boring small ways, like maximizing summer by taking my office “outside”, sprucing up my parent’s backyard since Covid has made them housebound for so long and simply taking time to get a bunch of important but random stuff since the world seems to be opening back up.
But none of that matters anymore, not even writing.
Right now, the only thing I care about is “eating cake” and as much of it as I can with one person.
What a difference a few weeks make.
And in those few weeks, I’ve learned things I didn’t care to learn, like how to use the brakes on a wheelchair, streamline a medication protocol to avoid confusion and what to look for in a power lift assist recliner when sleeping in a bed is problematic.
Friends, this is a friendly reminder that life can change in an instant.
And when they do, your true priorities become crystal clear.