I wonder what kinds of attitudes I’ve left strewn around this past week? Little bits of me, of remembrances … for better, for worse.
(Of course, I’m prepping this blog post early, with all sorts of good intentions … but I’ll reread it at the end of the week, with perspective and conviction.)
But I digress. (And let’s admit it: Sometimes the most interesting parts of a conversation are when we digress.)
Did it again, didn’t I?
Back to attitudes and how people will remember us: My husband Rob and I were walking and talking early one morning and he said, “People will remember your attitude.”
Wise man, my husband.
Yes, I know sometimes we never get past first impressions. Dare we blame that on our attitudes? And when we do experience the blessing of relationships, attitudes abound, for better and for worse.
We flavor our memories, if you will, with our attitudes.
I could let this thought drag me down, but today I choose to let this thought motivate me to choose my attitude more carefully. After all, I’m making a memory.
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