For me, letting go also means letting go of plans and expectations. I like to be in control of how I spend my time, but sometimes, circumstances change and others have a greater influence on the day’s outcome than I do, more so if I am sensitive to their needs. The sooner I let go of my agenda, the happier I am. Go with the flow, accept what is, see the positive. For example, I had a whole list of things I wanted to accomplish the other day, but Bud said the pinot grigio had to be picked. It quickly turned out to be a joy. Bud and I kept exclaiming, “Look at these grapes! Aren’t they amazing? Man, they’re loaded.” The yield was three times what we had harvested last year from the same row. So, I can see letting go of any type of attachment is directly related to accentuating the positive and vice versa.