Recently, I began recalling proverbs that I learned as a child in school. They were a mainstay in our education; something we had to memorize. Then today as I went through a pile of saved stuff from years ago, I came across a page from a magazine with many of those proverbs. Do you remember “A penny saved is a penny earned,” “Neither a lender or a borrower be,” or “All that glitters is not gold”? The appropriate one for me at this time is, “Never put off until tomorrow what you can do today.”
As we all know, this has been a strange year. Since the pandemic and quarantine began and everything shut down, my enthusiasm for most things has evaporated. Hopefully, now that my knee replacement surgery is behind me, I will begin writing again.