Monday, February 27, 2006

Back to Blogging

I haven't posted to this blog since I first moved out here to Arizona. I guess I was so focused on the new job and new beginnings that I just neglected the luxury of blogging. Old relationships, like old habits, die hard. But die sometimes they must. If I would only pay attention to the things I knew all along, I may have avoided years of frustration and heartache. But that's life...sometimes we learn from other's mistakes and other times we must make mistakes ourselves. So after four months, seasons have changed and it's time to move forward. Time to get back to the therapy of blogging.

Yesterday I took one of those real age tests and based on my input it seems I'm older than my years. One of the strikes against me was the fact that I don't have any pets. Seems pets relieve stress, give you unconditional love and loyalty, not to mention the snuggle factor. Experts say that could add 4 to 10 years to your life! I have had pets at many stages of my life but not currently. I can't have a pet where I live right now. But when I move closer to Tucson this fall, I'm gonna get a dog...a big one to wrestle with, walk with, talk with, to give me undying loyalty and unconditional love. Because that's the only way I'm gonna receive it. Maybe I'll get a cat too! Yeah and some fish, lots of fish and maybe even some birds...a veritable managerie. They'll either drive me insane or take so many years off my life I'll be an adolescent again. Now that's the ticket!


Anonymous said...

Your too funny..for as long as I have known you, you keep getting younger, healthier and full of life. You do have alot of love to share with someone or something and who ever or what ever you choose will be a lucky creature. Keep smiling and laughing that big laugh! Your a beautiful person and an awsome friend and I hope the flowers that bloom in your new season bring you happiness. Me

Baby Blues Belle said...


In due time,
you will find
that your mind
will begin to unwind
years of history.

Seek to understand
and begin to scan
the architectural plan
for the inner man.
Treasure your journey.

Entering tomorrow,
uncover what’s below
and come to know
the ebb and flow.
Dispel the mystery.

It’s there, so rare…
the love, the care
you long to share.
Sustained by prayer,
it will come to you.

Your heart will recover.
One day you’ll discover
your absolute lover...
the quest will be over.
Breathe, then, to life’s love story.

Baby Blues Belle, 030606

Monday, March 06, 2006 8:44:19 AM

juryizout said...

It's about time you got back to writing...those of us, your oldtime friends, would like to know how you are doing.

Cradle-snatching Beth

Monday, March 06, 2006 11:49:03 AM