Waking up to a message, “Are you awake yet?” that was sent 30 minutes before your alarm went off raises those little hairs on the back of your neck.
Several questions rush through your brain:
- Is everything OK?
- Who died?
- Why wouldn’t they call me if someone died?
- OK, they would have called so no one died, but what is actually wrong?
- What time did they send this?
- Why didn’t I hear my phone?
- Why aren’t they responding to my, “I’m awake now,” response?
It’s silly what goes through your head so quickly, first thing in the morning. I am usually a slow to wake kind of gal, but this morning, I was up an at ’em! Anxiously waiting the reply.
No need to worry. No one has departed. No one is maimed. No harm has come to your friend.
I got good news. The type of good news that makes you grin from ear to ear. Good things are happening for a dear friend who has been working hard. And I mean HARD to get there they want to be.
Today I am thankful for my nameless friend, who knows who they are. I love you so very much! Congratulations dear one. The hairs on my neck are still raised but for a different reason, all the right reasons.
Will you tell me what you’re thankful for today?