Dave and I are on vacation this week in Sedona, AZ. How great is it to be able to wake up to views of the Red Rock formations such as Snoopy and Coffeepot and many others? We are hiking to Cathedral Rock, one of the most photographed views in the country, tomorrow, with our sweet Labs. All is great.
Yesterday we went in to the condo receptionist area to get a parking pass. The gentleman at the desk tried to parlay this parking pass quest into an opportunity for him to sign us up for a timeshare presentation. Three different times during our hour time with him (setting up a helicopter ride, jeep tour, and yes, the ever-beloved timeshare presentation), he said, "You guys are so much fun" and "I have never had such fun customers".
Why would that be? I think it has to do with having fun, no matter what we are doing. Sure, we can get frustrated or all about our own agenda, maybe even spending a bit too much time attending the pity party. But, how much fun is that? Not much. Not for ourselves or certainly not for the people around us.
Instead, Dave and I tend to spend time having fun with each other and ultimately with other people around us. Laughter is infectious, for sure, and we do a lot of that. I think it even saves us from getting sick. Maybe that isn't really true, but I sure like to think so.
Just for today, why not choose to be the light that someone else might ne