Sunday, March 18, 2012

Blog Jam

Thanks for all the good thoughts on my last post, some of you took the time to email me privately and I am so grateful for that. I am truly amazed at the circle of love out there both in blog land and in my own personal sphere. Two particular friends of mine have been like bodyguards in the last few days and another friend dropped in unexpectedly as she had some sort of vibe that things were not so good. They still aren't. I've got an action plan but patience is running thin as to implementation and/or success.

Courage! Said in the French way. Always.

Elsewhere, I found this nugget on the web. Something that prods my thinking and my creativity is always welcome.




Right now I'm doing the stuff that earns me a sorta-living. Taxes. And editing a collection of short stories along with the editor. And both promoting and planning a series of rehearsals for fresh performances of Da Play.

All a little half-heartedly. A little sadly. Sometimes a little dramatically: Why me?? Oh Gawd why me?? enunciated loudly to the dog from the bottom of the stairs as she blinks at me from the top step, head on paws, waiting for the command to descend said stairs if I could get my act together.

And why not me? Drops of rain and all that.

17 comments:

  1. You're a tough cookie, remember that. I have faith in you.

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  2. Too much thinking! Just get stuck in....

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  3. Today will pass even if a little slowly and then the birds will sing in celebration.

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  4. Hang in there. This too shall pass. You have been there before and seen it all. Summon those experiences. You are alright.

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  5. Makes me think of Sean O'Casey. Be well good friend, be well.

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  6. Why not you? Or me?
    I read your last post just now. Kids are the greatest headache in life and they stay that way, the rotters.

    I have a daughter who forgets all about me too, if I don't get in touch with her. Sod her. Why should I? She's grown-up.

    I'm sorry that the black dog has put in another appearance. They never leave you alone either. Sod them too.

    You have such a lot of engrossing stuff to do, put your heart into it, woman! Get your mind active. (It's what I keep telling myself - I'm gardening a bit, which helps)

    Good luck and don't let the bastards grind you down!

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  7. Stay biz-biz-bizzy WWW! When you raise your head again perhaps the clouds will have parted and better news will await. I hope so.
    Hugs.

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  8. Thanks so very much for your kind comment at my blog WWW.

    I hope with all my heart my friend that thing get much better in your life.

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  9. Irene:
    Well so are you, my dear. We've had to be in this sometimes cruel world.
    XO
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  10. Nick:
    I honestly think this comes easier to men than it does to the female species...I could be wrong.
    XO
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  11. GM:
    Yes, of that I am sure, it just needs to hurry up!
    XO
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  12. Ramana:
    You are of course correct and I've done so but maybe it is the aging process, it just doesn't come as easy and I have this feeling I am running out of time.
    XO
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  13. Veep:
    Thanks for your positive imprication. I don't think I've ever used that word before.
    XO
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  14. Friko:
    Thank you my angel! Head now invested in all these pleasing projects!
    XO
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  15. T:
    Thanks my dear. Yes, I keep waiting for a bit of sunlight to drizzle downwards!
    XO
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  16. GFB:
    And thank you! Life never ceases to amaze me in all its complexities and delight and sadnesses too!
    XO
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