Saturday, November 10, 2012



I saw a roadrunner and a coyote in the wild today. I better watch out for falling anvils.

6 comments:

dashing said...

They've been falling on employment.

she said: said...

I really am sad about that.

But it's what they voted for.

dashing said...

I think the gods of the copybook headings are approaching quickly.

Can't even feel sorry about it. I only feel bad that I positioned myself so poorly since I felt confident obama didn't have the record for a second term. So is life though.

she said: said...

I still do feel sad about it. I grew up around great suffering, and it's always affected me more than others. I will just have to learn to turn my back on those emotions. For it was not my choice. I wanted nothing but good for them.

I think even the best laid plans will be no safe haven. Positioned or not. You can only do your best.

I'd never heard of the copybook headings, and am including the link in case other haven't either. Thank you for that.

http://www.squidoo.com/gods-of-the-copybook-headings

dashing said...

Well I always prefer things to be better than they are, but they could always be worse. However there doesn't seem to be an easy way out of the situation considering how one race thinks everything bad that happens is racist. It only leads me to the conclusion that there will be bloodshed because I don't see any good leadership for when it hits the fan.

Rudyard Kipling makes lots of great works. "If" is another great poem imo. http://www.poetryloverspage.com/poets/kipling/kipling_ind.html

she said: said...

I'm not much into poetry (though I'm a little into almost everything) - but those works were comforting in a way.

Things can always be worse. Always. I mean, I haven't lost my imaginary fortune, moved to Belize and wind up wanted for murder. I guess there really is a fine line between genius and crazy.