Interesting that the perspective from falling between the set stools is one which provides the boost.
Turbo Man! Isn't it always the way that one path leads to another, unless it's a dead-end, or like one of those circular ones round and round a pond. Feck, once ye start, it's so hard to get offa one of them!
I'm not trying to be silly now, but one could find some really deep thoughts within this. I"m too tired to come up with any right now, but I am alert enough to know that it is true. :)
Hi susan-forget-me-not!Didn't forget you, but lost you there for a while, glad to see you are up and running again with a new blog -looking good too.Thanks for your comment :)
Yes TFE, often, within a circuitous journey, one finds the proverbial gold...even when the journey takes the traveler around what seems to be the same pond. The pond actually is in a state of constant change, whether that pond be a natural one or a figurative one. Therefore, with each go-around, a new perspective is gained. Today, I passed by a pond, nestled in the middle of a small wooded area. The chorus of bullfrogs was deafening. In fact, at first, I thought it was some sort of machine, but nope, only excited bullfrogs. Now, I sit between two tree stumps, pondering the experience.
Aw, that's poignant TFE. Cyber hugs ((((you))))
Yes Jeanne, that is why you are a published university lecturer and I'm , well I'm not sure what Iam, where iam ,who I am ,or if Iam ,or not, wether it matters a jot, or a lot.Bullfrogs - don't know about them but i saw a fox the other day in broad daylight, a creature which in Irish ( you would know please tell me, or WRW if you are watchin)I vaguely recall, rightly or wrongly, but because it is so beautiful .I wish it to be ,is 'Madra Rua', now most foxes to me are actually brownish but this fox, as alive as a creature can be, was pure red, pure bright red and the world stooped in a perfect momment of...Idon't know, and maybe therin lies the problem.
Thanks WRW I knew you would understand,steady with thsat cyber hug now , not too tight, mind the bump :)
Stools the lot of em! (I identify).
Thanks PJ Looking forward to more of your blog reports from the DLR-PN.Did you see Ian Duhig by any chance?He was one I'd like to have heard, unusual voice -literally and metaphorically.
Post a Comment