Is it just me or has it gotten really heavy around here. Sigh. See, right there, that sigh. There has been way too much sighing around here. It's just not balanced. Now I realize that this is just where I've been lately. 2011 has not been what I expected so far and I'm not gonna lie; there has been a whole lotta hard. And I tend to be introspective when I write. Scribbling brings out the deep thinker/layered observer in me. But I need some sort of break here. So I have been pondering how to let a little more light in and I've discovered an ancient remedy, a magic spell of sorts that just might do the trick. All together now...
you put your right foot inyou put your right foot outyou put your right foot in and shake it all aboutyou do the hokey pokey and turn yourself aroundthat's what it's all about!
Yes, I feel a little better already. How about you? Did shaking it all about free you up a little? I think I need a bit more of this.
Smilin' yet? I still think I need more, June gloom can be thick (especially when it begins early.) This nest requires more levity and light. But how to be consistent when I'm running a little glum, hmmmmm. I know a series. I like series and I tend to follow through when I m accountable to you. So ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, it is my sheer delight to present to you...
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