That’s because on July 4th, I had a frightening, close encounter with a glass window that I never realized was even there.
Ouch is a major understatement!
Right now, I’m still a bit shaken up — and wiped out.
I’m also facing a throbbing headache.
Plus, my hand is still sore — somehow, in the middle of my accident, it got split open. (Thankfully, my cut got glued back together.)
And my forehead, nose and near my eye is sore, too. It demonstrates (thankfully, not too obviously) that I got too friendly with a piece of glass.
But right now, I’m determined to keep an attitude of gratitude.
It could have been much, much worse!
My accident could have killed me.
Or, I could be in emergency care right now, battling for my life.
Yikes! The glass could have completely shattered, with shards splitting open my face rather than just giving me a few bruises and bang-ups from my sunglasses. My hand could have been cut up way worse than it was.
Anyhow, I’m grateful to be alive and relatively intact, even if it’s difficult to type right now. If it had of been worse than it was I would have been contacting one of those pedestrian accident law firms to make a claim as that glass should have one of those safety notices on them or built into the glass like some of them are but this one didn’t have either.
Now that I’m so glad to be alive, I’d like tell you how grateful to you, dear readers. Thank you for your readership, support and connection.
I do hope that my close encounter with a piece of glass will inspire you to think about how grateful you are, too, for many things.