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You are inspiring, my blog is … is .. so not what I exprcted when I started out. Oh well who knows whats5in the future. Your a great writersays your Mom.
Hello again. How was your week? Mine? Mine was good, I’m finally out of the fog-of-war sickness I’ve been through.
Been watching a lot of Reba. Had no idea Reba McEntire was a country music star until Stephanie told me all about it. We’ve both spent a lot of time lying down, waiting for this awful cold to leave us and in the process have almost watched all six seasons of the show. I love it, not gonna lie. I’m excited because Stephanie said she’d give Becker a shot since I’ve been watching so much Reba with her. Becker is the best sitcom ever, next to Three’s Company, of course. It’s been a very… 90’s sitcom sort of world for the last couple weeks.
I’m back in the action, took my writing by the reins and knocked out chapters twenty-five and twenty-six this week, hoping for another one tomorrow. I…
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Holy crap, has it already been a week?
I guess they say time flies when you’re having fun, so my life must be a blast. I mean, it is, but there’s another, lesser known saying that goes something like, “time flies when you’re dedicating a big portion of your time to doing work you enjoy because delivering pizzas is pretty much just like sitting down to read a book when you’re on the road all day listening to something you like.” It goes something like that…
It’s that warning every children’s movie and television show has ever given us. There’s the character’s super lame mom and/or dad who’s always working to give their kids a better life and it takes them until the end of the movie to realize they’re at work too often and all they really need is to spend time with their kids. Before you know it…
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Given your genealogy I’d say you have 90 years, can’t believe I’ve already usef my 4500 days I guess the rest is just a bonus.
I’ve been thinking about time a lot recently. I know that time is just a made up construct necessary for humans to be able to comprehend what’s happening instead of experiencing it all at once. Knowing it doesn’t make you a master though. We aren’t able to speed up or slow down how we perceive things, though that would be a pretty sick super power. Drag out the moments that make life worth living, the belly laughs, the smiles that make you smile, the hugs and kisses that make you feel alive. Then, of course, you’d be able to speed things up and get through work quicker to get home and play your video games.
This whole concept was explored back when Adam Sandler still made good movies. I’m pretty sure Click might have been the last watchable one.
My mind has been filled with this concept of…
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