Thursday, March 4, 2010

On A Clear Day You Can See Forever


Perhaps walking down the street or sitting in a diner no one would think we all had great plans and important dreams. After all, all four of us are over 50. We were supposed to have accomplished everything already or given up and been content with what we had.

But that's utter bullshit and stepping out of two hours of committed work to continue our dreams the possibilities were endless.

6 comments:

cityofstrangers said...

CO - Oh, you never give up. I hope. And these days starting again at 40, 50 - even 60 - is not all that uncommon.

T.

c.o. moed said...

True starting over can happen at any age. At this particular 20 minutes, however, tired feels even more tired. Morning coffee and other beverages help as do comments like yours. Thank you. (Now, where's my cat and whiskey?)

Lisa said...

Never give up, as I find starting over to be a reward and a chance to see things in a new way :-)You have a great blog.

Lisa

c.o. moed said...

Thank you so much Lisa for the encouragement and your kind words. I know the maxim don't quit 5 minutes before the miracle. But... Just a bit tired these days so thank you again for your urging forward.

Goggla said...

You mean to tell me there isn't a point when we can punch the clock, kick back and wait for the cocktail platter to circle back? I guess no one would go very far...wake, sleep, spring, fall, left foot, right foot, dream, create...keep moving. ;)

c.o. moed said...

wait a minute. nobody told me about the martini platters!