win the morning…


I need this motivational stuff…all the time.

I talked to the guys at the garage where my Jeep has been for the past 4 months…getting a new engine….and, after the initial startup with the new engine, it sounds like the “good” engine may have some issues.


So, anything positive is, well….positive.

I can’t worry about this stuff.

I have to expect a positive outcome.

You know, though….something funny about this video….was….that I got kind of hung up over wondering if this lady slept in her false eyelashes.

Do people do that?

I don’t have any personal experience with sleeping in false eyelashes….so….I don’t know if that’s normal.

Is it?


Gratitude….starting the day with exercise….visualization….etc…..are all the keys to pointing yourself towards good outcomes….but….the false eyelash thing was a crazy thing to wonder about.

Don’t get distracted.

Maybe that’s the key?

About Peter Rorvig

I'm a non-practicing artist, a mailman, a husband, a father...not listed in order of importance. I believe that things can always get better....and that things are usually better than we think.


win the morning… — 2 Comments

  1. Mr. Rorvig – I apologize for going off topic, but your Sourdough post and comment thread appears to be locked because of its age. Just wanted to send a note thanking you for your appreciation of the film. I’m the son of Bob Pendleton, one of the executive producers of the film. I happened to be looking around on the web for any details on the film and ran across your post. It’s always a pleasure to share an appreciation for art with someone, and I definitely have a soft spot for my father’s productions. Warm regards from Montana.

    • JP….Thankyou! I’ve received more nice comments from people who’ve had either an interest in the film or worked on it or had a relative who worked on it. That movie touched a lot of people, I think.
      Rod Perry wrote a Christmas piece that I’ve re-used every year on my blog….but I couldn’t get in touch with him this year for some reason after years of nice “Christmastime correspondence”. His post is called “Ice Cream and Lemonade”…a keyword search with “lemonade” should pull it up on my blog. Tell him I said “hello” if you ever get a chance to touch base with him!
      I’m glad that you have a connection to that film…it’s a good one, for sure.
      I’ll try and figure out why the comments on the Sourdough piece are locked.
      Your comment was a gift on a morning with a lot on my mind! Thanks again!
      PS…My father was born in Lustre, Montana….Uncle farmed up in the Glasgow/Nashua area for years until his sons (now retired) took over. Dad spent a bunch of his young years in Idaho after his family moved from Montana. It’s good out there.
      Warm regards from North Carolina!