Do Something Prodigious
Hmmm… Bob & I had a big discussion this morning after I read Christian Mihai’s post on “The Art of Blogging” and he challenged us to “Do something prodigious today.”
What does prodigious mean?
Well, my dictionary says prodigious
is an adjective that means “huge or enormous.”
Some synonyms are:
What can I do today that would fit one of those descriptions?
At the end of the day, how will I answer these questions?
What are your plans?
I plan to go to Bozeman-Yellowstone Airport (it’s an hour away) and pick up my second cousin once removed, Sofia, who is flying here from California. She just graduated from high school this June, is headed for college next month, and will spend a week with Bob & me here in Montana.
Going to get her and hosting her is not a prodigious act! But, it could be a prodigious experience for us all.
Anytime you bring someone into your home for an overnight – whether just one night or a week or a month or a year – fantastic, wonderful, marvelous things can happen.
Live with Expectations of Grandeur
I expect our week with Sofia to be filled with prodigius moments! I have a hand ready to help, an ear ready to hear and a heart full of love – ready to pour itself out on this delightul young lady.
Bob is a wonderful conversationalist who will ask a million questions. You can count on it! We hope to learn a lot from Sofia’s eighteen-year-old perspective as we share a piece of our lives with her as well.
I’ll share our prodigious experiences
with you, my friends.
See ya tomorrow