There’s someone out there for everyone

Published on Thursday, 17 July 2014 00:01 - Written by Debbie Lee Townsend, Guest Columnist

Today, I had several moments of introspection that I feel are worth sharing.

On my way to one of my cleaning jobs, I was listening to a country music station, and I thought about how much I miss dancing.

As I cleaned toilets, listening to my favorite cleaning music, my Cole Porter station on Pandora, I couldn’t help but think how much I miss formal dancing, ballroom type.

For a moment I was very sad.

I have often thought about the fact there probably is not a man out there who loves as much musical variety as I do or is as diverse as I am in activities they enjoy.

I caught myself and gave myself a stern talking to because it occurred to me that if I am going to purport the belief in equal complimentary forces, yin-yang, and the desire of the Universe to balance all things, then I must truly believe this is the case in all things and that somewhere out there is that compliment to myself.

I have renewed hope and am feeling hopeful.

Debbie Lee Townsend is a Hawkins resident and frequent YES! columnist. Anyone is welcome to write for YES! Submission may be sent to yes@tylerpaper.com.