Here a little truism: we all ain’t going to make it. Some will go far; some won’t get out of the gate, that’s a fact. Those that work harder will go farther than those that choose not to, that’s a fact of life; “The American way of life.” Now if the powers that be ever figure out that you can’t legislate motivation and success we’ll have a start to righting the ship. And when parents take back the job of raising their kids we’ll have a crew to run it. Until then, no running, no competing, and no motivating, or I’ll see you in court!
You see what the dismal weather has done to me? I want to write happy stuff. I want to write about taking pretty pictures. I want to take pretty pictures. Cold rain bring out the Mr. Wilson in me (Oscar the Grouch for you post Dennis the Menace folk). But here I am grating my teeth when I hear someone say 24/7. Twenty four seven. That’s so much easier than saying “all the time” isn’t it? 24/7/365. Twenty four seven three hundred sixty five. Is that better than “all the time”? Pass a law against that kind of talk Congressmen, and make them pull their pants up while you’re at it. Next week I promise to write an uplifting, humorous and maybe even inspired article, after I dry and thaw out!
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