A compiled heap of my poetry, memoirs and personal insights of past and present.
Hmm... I do know the feeling of not catching up, especially when it comes to my laundry, which I should be doing instead of having fun on my computer... (smile)Oh yeah, I commented on your earlier post that included your link to your dog post. That was truly the funniest thing I read in a long time. I couldn't stop laughing about how you greet dogs and how it would be not a good idea to do the same with people! Really, I laughed for a solid ten minutes!
Susan- Wow. you totally brightened my day =) I have been going non stop till this moment and I read your comment on my "Fact" and the comment on "Greeting Dogs" and I love that you loved it. Sometimes, I feel like it's not me writing stuff. DO you know what I mean?
Yes, I know what you mean. Sometimes I go back and read what I wrote and say, I couldn't write that again if I tried, or where did that come from? Every time I write, words seems to well up and come from somewhere deep down inside, like a bubbling fountain just waiting to run over. That's one of the many reasons I love visting your blog. I get you, I think, or a better way of putting would be, I get your writing :) You express yourself beautifully.
Most of the time I feel as if LIFE is all about "catch up". That's when I get a surprise and one of the pets does something funny and I laugh. For me, laughter is so cathartic. So is fresh air! I have to have at least one giggle a day. A good day is when I get in a belly laugh! Remember in Mary Poppins when the silly man sings," I love to laugh, ha ha ha ha long and loud and clear and the more I laugh, ha ha ha ha the more I'm a merrier me"So go have a laugh on me. It's free!!!!
Hi Colleen,May I give you my perspective on this, as a father, full-time journalist, photographer, blogger and general hands-on man? May I, please?The feeling that life is two steps ahead of us only comes about when our ``to-do'' is too long.We dictate the pace of our own lives. It's only when wetry to do too much that we feel we're being left behind.That's not a lecture, just a point of view!!God bless you and your family (expecially your dear Mum) as you recover from the losses of the past month.I wish you strengthDavid
And when you do catch upyou have to ask yourselfwas I really being ledby the noseor was it justmy finger in my nosethat I felt?
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