Aug 25, 2010

Yet

I hope I haven't eaten the most satisfying meal of my life yet. I hope I haven't seen my favorite movie yet. I hope I haven't found my favorite blog yet. I hope I haven't already laughed the hardest I'll ever laugh or cried my happiest tears yet.

I hope I haven't watched my favorite TV show of all time yet. I hope I haven't written my best blog post yet. I hope I haven't visited my favorite place on Earth or had the happiest day of my life yet.

I hope I haven't heard the best Carrie Underwood song yet. I hope I haven't eaten the best tomato sandwich yet. I hope I haven't seen the most entertaining reality show yet. I hope I haven't had my proudest moment as a mother or experienced the best year of my marriage yet.

I hope I haven't met my funniest friend yet. I hope I haven't reached my intelligence potential yet. I hope I haven't seen the best Jennifer Garner movie yet. I hope I haven't been the healthiest I'll ever be or reached the pinnacle of my professional success yet.

I hope I haven't discovered my favorite author yet. I hope I haven't made my parents the proudest I'll ever make them yet. I hope I haven't experienced the most exciting night of my life or had my brightest idea yet.

I hope I haven't had the best year of my life yet.

Because even though my life is pretty darn good, I still want to believe that the best is yet to come.

2 comments:

Kerin Lee said...

That is a fantastic way to look at things!

Katherine @ Grass Stains said...

Kerin, I am definitely blessed in my life but have just been thinking lately about how important it is to look forward to things ... and how difficult it can be to do that when I get bogged down in the minutia of every day.

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