Monthly Archives: December 2010
See you in 2011.
One resolution I have made, and try always to keep, is this: To rise above the little things. ~
What’s the worst thing about having 4 days off?
The fifth day, when you have to go back to work.
Great music to have on when one is cleaning, doing laundry, and the million other tasks one must perform before returning to work (tomorrow, sigh).
In an attempt to break free of my fall/winter slump, I’ve decided to participate in River of Stones.
Many thanks to D.J. Kirby for this nudge.
Here’s the blurb explaining what River of Stones be:
I’m a bit nervous about this challenge.
Paying attention, while I’m out in the world, oh my gosh!
Can I do this?
We’ll see, won’t we?
I’m going to do a test run tomorrow, my first day back to work since last Thursday.
Hopefully I will give you all an update tomorrow night.
Okay, I need to shake off my Christmas food coma and get busy with words again.
1. Regarding last, or final, matters, often of a theological nature.
2. Regarding any system of doctrines concerning theological endings, such as death, the Judgment, the future state, etc.
It’s my custom to celebrate Christmas.
I’m Christian (a very liberal one), but that’s as much as I will ever share about my religion.
My faith is very private, very personal, and nobody’s business.
And I believe that what you believe is your business.
I found this Irish blessing:
|A Wish for a Friend|
|Wishing you a rainbow
For sunlight after showers—
Miles and miles of Irish smiles
For golden happy hours—
Shamrocks at your doorway
For luck and laughter too,
And a host of friends that never ends
Each day your whole life through!
Best Wishes now and always.
I’ll be back after Christmas.
Photo credit Gran 2009
This is one of my favorite movies ever, and I offer this up as a farewell to the great director Blake Edwards, who died this week.