What makes a day, good day?
A rose will say, “a little boy takes a really good care of me. Even I’m such a demanding creature in his little tiny planet. I mean, he can just leave me.”
A swarm of ants finds rice played by a toddler. His mom prepares him to do rice transferring from one bowl to another bowl, intended to stimulate his fine motor skill like what other mama do in Instagram. Yet, the almost two year boy throws all rice to all over the place. Indeed a really good day for ants.
A young writer might say, ” I got an idea of the first sentence of my novel!” It’s because of the quote by Carl Sagan she read in a random science trivia account on Twitter. “Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known.”
Or.. It can be when lovers finally find a way to talk about what they really feel these days. I bet this is a really good one. They can sleep peacefully without assuming.
A friend will say a good day is cup of hot tea accompanying her late dinner while watching ongoing Korean drama.
A good day can also mean this. Accepting that today is not one of those good days. That it’s not comfortable new situation I am in. And to feel not really good about it, is okay. This acceptance really makes my day.