Was lazing about around the pool and thinking, actually worrying, about if everything will indeed work out cruise wise. A little bit later a friend came over and we chatted a bit. She told me what was going on her life (they are building a house) when reality thunked me on the head.
What nice worries I have! How nice it is to no longer worry about mortgage rates, landscapers, paperwork, installing heaters and who knows what. No looming problems elsewhere in life. If worrying about a cruise is what I worry about now, then I´m lucky and fortunate!
I have thought this before when I hear the people around me and all the worries they have about the kids and older family and friends and pets and all and I'm worried about if my cruise is going to work out. It is all what we make it. Debbie
You are oh-so-right about not letting little things become big worries. I think it is when people are abundantly blessed that they sometimes forget how fortunate they are and allow little molehills in the road of life become insurmountable mountains. When one has true problems to worry about, the molehills take on their proper perspective.