This is on my mind…
I am glad to see October move on out
I don’t know but I am. I was glad to see August go and September go and now October go.
I don’t like this year. Period. Pollyanna has lost her bloom and Annie has not seen her sun yet. Ugh. I don’t know what is going on lots of hiccups…. Vertigo for two years …..
Okay let me flip it to positive..
I am excited about each day I wake up and know I am still alive SO
But I have doubts about these years being golden ,,,,
What is good about them ?
I can say what I think and not care if you are offended….
I can talk to myself and no judgment of my actions….
I always have control of the TV clickers….
There is a dilemma
I don’t want to live and I don’t want to die.
But being alive trumps being dead. A dizzy day and night are better than ……
“Life is not easy for any of us. But what of that? We must have perseverance and above all confidence in ourselves. We must believe that we are gifted for something and that this thing must be attained.”
If there’s one thing we all need to stop doing, it’s waiting around for someone else to show up and change our lives. Just be the person you’ve been waiting for. Live your life as if you are the love of it. Because that’s the only thing you know for sure – that through every triumph, every failure, every fear and every gain that you will ever experience until the day you die, you are going to be present. You are going to be the person who shows up to accept your rewards. You are going to be the person who holds your own hand when you’re broken. You are going to be the person who gets yourself up off the floor every time you get knocked down and if those things are not love-of-your-life qualities, I don’t know what are. ~Heidi Priebe
DISCOVER BOIS DE BOULOGNE Created during the mid-19th century reign of Napoleon III, Bois de Boulogne sits proudly on the western edge of the 16th Arrondissement. At 845 hectares it’s not the largest park (that title goes to Bois de Vincennes on the other side of town) but it’s the ritziest. Two times bigger than NYC’s Central Park, the Bois de Boulogne is a Parisian playground — there are lakes, waterfalls, picnic areas, a hippodrome, the Roland Garros tennis complex, even a children’s park and zoo.