Monday, March 5, 2012

The Life of Ignidor Radidor the Learned....

I'm beginning to feel the weight of something weighing heavily on me.

Like waiting for the other shoe to drop.

Or maybe, a pair of mud encrusted combat boots to drop, may better describe it.

I hate it when I over-think my life,

over analyze

leading to over-eating,

and being over critical,

and over-ly tired of myself (and those around me).

When I break it down in small chunks my life is totally manageable.

But when I think of the big picture, it pretty much over-whelms.

If you write to me and ask "why?" or "what the heck is going on?"..

I won't be able to answer because I really have no clue.

(And maybe, just maybe that's why they call it the blues..??)

que sera sera...

come what may....

it is what it is...

it be what it be...

Is there really any other option..??

Well, actually there is.

While you can't change the wind, you most certainly can adjust (and re-adjust and tweek and turn and so on) your sails...

“If we had no winter, the spring would not be so pleasant; if we did not sometimes taste of adversity, prosperity would not be so welcome.” ~ Anne Bradstreet.

This lovely image and the quote above it were both borrowed from the Flowers Magazine website
PS..the title of this post? Randomly selected here


  1. Some very important words. I tend to get overwhelmed looking at the big picture, so little chunky bits work the best with me, too. Beautiful picture you shared; love the colors. Hope your week goes well.

  2. Thanks noexcuses for the visit and the comment. I do so appreciate it!

  3. The big picture is always overwhelming! Turn on a lot of lights and break life down into manageable chunks. The light helps and the stress is relieved. Hang on spring is almost here!!

  4. It's always nice to know that when I am going around wringing my hands and fretting about nothing in particular.....someone else is too.

    love, coco


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