I did however find my gratitude moment and photo yesterday, while walking from one meeting to the next, and then back home from the train in the afternoon. I didn't feel good at all. The flue was approaching but getting outside walking and feeling the fresh air on my face, almost made me forget about the headache and the feeling af fever approaching. Met friends in the train, and caught random smiles on my way, and once again got amazed how much sharing smiles with strangers can actually energize you and make everything you do feel just a little easier.
But no matter how much I value random smiles on the street, the feeling get surpassed a million times by the feeling of suddenly running into my son out there. While walking back home from the train I suddenly notice him on the other side of the street. He was on his bike, dressed in football clothes and on his way to a training.
We notice each other at the exact same moment, and within seconds he had stopped, left his bike laying in the grass, and then he ran to me with hugs, kisses and smiles, before he took off again, cykling and waving.
For the rest of that walk back, I totally forgot about the flue, and instead I almost flew 10 inches above the asphalt.