Tuesday, June 05, 2012

Blog Jam



Please share in my glorious flowers.....which fill every room in my house

Give more weight to your dreams than to your fears(seen on post by friend who has realized his dream).

I am nearing a 1,000 posts over nearly 7 years. Am I running out of words, thoughts, ideas?

Late at night, I often hear music in my head. Always classical. Short. There is possibly a name for this syndrome if syndrome it is.

Today I was playing the soundtrack from Frido Kahlo and it never fails - it affects me like a punch in the stomach. Don't know why. Or there could be a 1,000 reasons.

My hearing is nearly restored. What a gift hearing is. And sight. And speech. And walking. And....

Far too many work files here. But they are listed and I am attacking them.

I love things to look forward to: Saturday night there's a friend being bemedalled by a senator and this is all disguised as a birthday party for her. I can hardly wait to see her face.
And Sunday we're having a cast BBQ to celebrate our recent success.
And oh yes, Friday night I am off to a play - a theatre performance by a father and daughter.



13 comments:

  1. No way are you running out of words, life is just busy right now. Enjoy busy!

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  2. sound like a wonderful weekend coming up...enjoy

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  3. Gorgeous flowers!!

    Happy to know your hearing is almost back to normal. Your remark about hearing and other senses reminds me of a DVD we watched at the weekend (I'll mention it in a post at on Saturday)Perfect Sense kind of sci-fi tale about a global virus (or something) which causes people to loose, in turn, sensory perceptions. Depressing premise, but makes one glad of what one has.

    Good things coming up for you this weekend, WWW, stay well and enjoy!

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  4. Funny how many fears just crumble away when you face them head on instead of being intimidated by them.

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  5. "I am nearing a 1,000 posts over nearly 7 years. Am I running out of words, thoughts, ideas?"NOPE

    "Late at night, I often hear music in my head. Always classical. Short. There is possibly a name for this syndrome if syndrome it is." Bachitis

    "My hearing is nearly restored. What a gift hearing is. And sight. And speech. And walking. And...." breathing?

    Happy that you are getting over that ear infection its nasty stuff.

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  6. GM:
    I'm not enjoying it at all, I'm finding work extraordinarily stressful.
    XO
    WWW

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  7. CC:
    When I focus on what's coming up I'm not staying in the now and enjoying myself.
    XO
    WWW

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  8. T:
    I imagine you'll treat us to a review on your blog? I will look forward to seeing it if good.
    I am trying to stay where my hands are, awfully hard right now.
    XO
    WWW

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  9. Nick:
    And fear is a false emotion anyway. Even worry is a false emotion as none of us are truly psychic.
    XO
    WWW

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  10. Bachitis?? Bachitis!!!
    Oh you made me larf, you did!!
    XO
    WWW

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  11. Those are peonies and roses in a lovely vase! How beautiful!

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  12. Yes, it is a vase shaped like a purse, Hattie, and I just love it. Grandgirl has one just like it.
    XO
    WWW

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  13. I only realised recently that some people *don't* hear music in their heads. I have a fairly constant soundtrack going on when I don't have actual music playing. I don't think I'd know what to do if I didn't have my brain filled with music - it would be far too quiet!

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