I’m Cold and I Have a Cold


Regardless of my agnostic position on the existence of God, I would have loved to take my cats to this. It took place at Grace Church where I sing every week. But you know cats, they would not have appreciated it at all.  The trip would have traumatized them, and they would not have viewed it as a blessing.

Anyway, I have a cold so I don’t think I’ll go to the gym today. I honestly don’t know how this works though—would it matter one way or another if I went to the gym?  I try to go every other day and I haven’t been since Friday, so I really feel like I should go.

What else am I supposed to get done today?

Checking my to-do list … I have a ton of phone calls to make, that’s easy, that won’t tax me.  Back-ups, practice choir pieces, all completely do-able.

I don’t see lay around on the couch and continue to catch up on my tv backlog though, which is what I most want to do.

Stacy Horn

I've written five non-fiction books, the most recent is Imperfect Harmony: Finding Happiness Singing With Others.

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