My perfect day is waking up next to my husband, but not having to get out of bed to go to work. Just sleeping in with him for a couple hours. Maybe doing some other stuff there, too... :D Waking up, drinking coffee together, making breakfast. Ideally we would learn something new or try something new that day. But most importantly, we would laugh a lot together and create even more inside jokes. My perfect day is a day when I feel great about myself and it's sunny and beautiful outside and I get to share it with my husband.
Every day for me is a PERFECT day, since I'm 64 now and I've had so many friends die already, that I refuse to every have a less than perfect day ever again. Brenda and Kay died last year of breast cancer, Gary died from cancer, etc. etc. I know that they'd give anything to live this one day that I have, so I refuse to be anything but happy. This is the only life I will ever live, so I'm determined to love each day. If I were a young person, I'd certainly get all the job skill I could and work and invest my money so when I was 64, I'd have money. I talk to my adult children about not hurting their bodies and being fit, so they stay healthy. Health is WEALTH.
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I don't know about you but most of my days are spent reacting to cues. If you could design a perfect day what would it look like? Just wondering.