What’s Gone Well Today? ®

Here’s an easy way to change how we look at our day, and our life.

Consider of all that you do, what was worthwhile, what did you enjoy in your day?   Sharing these moments  may inspire others.

On another note asking someone What’s Gone Well Today? ®, becomes life-changing. Conversations have a fresh perspective.


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  1. Christopher says:

    Less is more-an uncomplicated life
    After 20 living years in an apartment he made a decision to get rid of a lot of stuff he wasn’t using. He talks about the shift, new priorities of freedom and creating his own way of life.

  2. Christopher says:

    Tit on a stickWhen I got home I saw a bird in our garage trying to get out of a window that doesn’t open. I thought of capturing it, and releasing, but it flew away from my trap.

    I thought about a divine control being in place. I put the handle of a rake up to where the bird was hiding. It stepped on to the handle and allowed me to carry the rake outside.

  3. Christopher says:

     view government houseInvited a couple we hadn’t seen together before, to see Jake’s Gift at Government House. They had never been there, loved the show and the House. It was a gracious event with this spectacular view.

  4. Christopher says:

     bus ticketsA woman came up to me at a UVic bus stop and asked if I’d dropped some bus tickets. I had been looking for them. So sweet of her.

  5. Christopher says:

    Attended the graduation ceremonies for a couple of Loni’s students. Here one of her first students who came to her in 2006, gave a valedictorian talk.

  6. Christopher says:

     bus plugged inMet Denise at the back of a route 72 bus. One of the stories she shared was that she had left her bag on the bus the other day going into Victoria, and upon returning home knew she’d forgotten it. She contacted Transit Lost and Found, and they had it for her. She has great faith in people’s honesty.
    When she heard that I had taught she said that I talked like one. Not quite sure what a teacher dialect is.

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