Tag Archives: expectations

Chasing carrots…

It has been hot in England recently… hotter than usual, even for summer. There has been no rain in my part of the country for weeks now and the ground is parched and cracked. Harvests are being brought in early, … Continue reading

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Walking the line…

“… so fear was originally there to help us survive.” “Yep… and with not many sabre-tooth tigers roaming the suburbs, we found other things to fear. And fear is intimately linked to how we judge people.” “How so?” It was … Continue reading

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Butterflies…

Gilded butterflies Expensively caged Wed to appearance Wings grown too heavy to fly Weighted by expectation * Naturally beautiful Playing on the summer breeze Simplicity rests Drinking a gilded morning Living light in light *Top photo courtesy of Pixabay  

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Something to think about! – Stop putting restrictions on your Happiness by Sally Cronin

Reblogged from Smorgasbord: I have been a nutritional and life coach for the last 19 years.  Having given myself a severe kick up the backside at age 43 to make the necessary changes in my own life. I had mindlessly … Continue reading

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Diagnostics

I hate waiting for phone calls. I spent a whole day waiting for two, knowing that by the time the garage had called with the final bill for fixing the car, I’d probably need the second call from the hospital. … Continue reading

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Time is Fleeting, Never Stop by Randall Collis

Reblogged from Global Sojurns Photography: Unfamiliar territory, the uncertainty paralyzes. A surge of panic fills my head and heart, only to be soothed by the perfect amber of a freshly poured Czech beer. “Here I go again…” Lost. Around me … Continue reading

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Like, yet not like…

If you are going to have your car squashed by a lorry, then I heartily recommend my local supermarket. Admitting liability instantly, their chosen intermediaries expedited the whole process, leaving me barely chance to mourn the Silver Bullet when they … Continue reading

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