It might be June’s long, bright days after a brutal winter. Or maybe it’s the towering Japanese lilac tree in full bloom that is perfuming our back yard. Or the wonderful party that we went to last weekend to celebrate good friends’ golden anniversary. Or the loving and grateful tribute that Seth wrote to Peter for Father’s Day.
It might be how excited I am to spend two weeks later this month helping inner-city high school seniors write essays for their college applications. Or how much I am enjoying planning a course I hope to teach next year to my fellow learners in retirement. I know things can change in the blink of any eye, so I am grateful for these moments.
Life is good.