What Today Is For
Life is funny.
Today, I find myself sitting at the best dang coffee shop in mid-town Sacramento. Ten years ago, I was freshly out of college and living in a quaint studio apartment just a block away. I spent countless mornings here, talking with friends, reading the newspaper, sipping my coffee.
Then I got married, moved away, had babies and grew accustom to life in the suburbs.
And things got complicated, of course, as they always do.
Or maybe I allowed things to get complicated? Who knows.
I just know that things are anything but simple these days.
Whether it be in running or in life, I see great value in taking an intentional break from the unintentional routine. It’s important to step back on occasion, to breathe deep and to reposition your soul a bit.
That’s what today is for.