Spring is when you feel like whistling even with a shoe full of slush.
I MADE A CHOICE
once-a-week blogging from now on.
i know that i need to cut ‘way back’ on all communication via technology.
i’ve been spending too much time with machines.
i see it everywhere…too much…computers, phones, pads, pods, radio, television…
if you really look, it should give you pause.
press the off button…more often
I’ve been on the internet a lot less, but it’s been more from circumstance than something I’ve actually planned.
what’s going on?
Love this saying. I’m not a huge fan of rain–not the constant kind as the chilling kind in Ohio is hard on osteo arthritis, but spring rains are another story and I do not mind a shoe-full of slosh (I mean slosh not slush) when the buds are playing ‘peek-a-boo’ with me.
yep. as long at the sun comes out the next day to dry out the shoes and my bones.
We had snow here Saturday morning — pacific northwest spring.
Yep, your words convict.
yep, but, you wear boots. sensible woman that you are….no slush gettin’ in those, baby!
Less computers. More slush in the shoe. I vote for that.
I’m with you.
and more time for painting.
You will not, I repeat, will not be needing Google Glasses.
totally…not goin’ there.
Great Easter Colors! I know what you’re saying, It’s like being controlled by technology. Spring is a good time to separate from technology and get back into the garden and earth. Have a blessed Easter Davis.
yes…allowing technology to take.