Category Archives: Slowing Down

Slowing Down

I recently earned a speeding ticket.  There is a long stretch of road work outside my neighborhood that requires a limit of 35 miles-per-hour, and I was over the limit.  It seems this has become a primary theme for me … Continue reading

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Weeding and Pruning

I might have cut too much.  I can not be sure yet.  Only time will tell.  Ah, well… the flower beds around my house haven’t had the attention they have needed, so I’ve been trying to be more conscientious.  Maybe you, … Continue reading

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Blind spot

I have had a blind-spot.  I didn’t know its name, but now that I do, I know that I have felt its presence for a very long time.  Sometimes certain aches are so familiar to us that they cease to press … Continue reading

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Rewind, please?

I didn’t sit and watch the snow fall on Sunday, and there’s no rewind button.  I watched it during lunch; it was fast and furious.  I looked out the window every so often all afternoon, but I got caught up trying … Continue reading

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A “less-than” kind of day

Limitations.  I’ve never been a big fan.  I’ve got too much to do to have limitations.  Their timing is inconvenient.  Limitations make decisions for me and frustrate me.  I don’t like idling my engine unless I want to be on idle, to rest a … Continue reading

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