I wouldn’t have to whineif the sun would only shine.But I guess that it doespretty much all of the time.That lucky old sunjust keeps rolling around,so I guess it’s the cloudsthat are getting us down.We think, “If I were homeless,I … Continued
I need to write more poems again.I miss the way my brain worked then.I also need to play more songs,design more websites, right more wrongs,find more clients, make more cash,do more with my craft-stuff stash,speak more Spanish, read more books,spend … Continued
I tell my husband my ideas; some are smart, some just wild.He says “Don’t quit your day job!” as he smiles at our child,and “Go for it! You’re home, so what are you afraid of?”I get to be a mom … Continued
If you never know what it’s like to be caught up, to cross off your whole list, to have nothing left to do, then at least let yourself by caught up in love.
Good one, Goodell. It works so well.Alongside McCormick, Edison and Bellyou deserve a venerable mention.Yours is one of my favorite inventions.
With buckets of apples beginning to stack up,the need to process them becomes pressing.Freezing and thawing and mashing and pressingthat is, and then some clean-up-the-messing.
There are corners to be cleanedand pages to be seen,fruit to be pressedand a desk that is a mess. But you can’t sing your own songuntil you write your own poem.That’s just the way it goes;first things first. There are … Continued
Let the pressure build,let the pressure build,let the pressure build!I do my best workunder pressure. Plan out what you would say if you only had the chance,then waste your only chance.And tell your self that no one ever listens,no one … Continued
Thank you for coming and making me stick with it to the end.Maybe I did it, but without you it wouldn’t have happened.Come anytime, yes, please come again.
There are some things on your list that you should just do “later.”And by the time you get to them, they’ll be unnecessary.And that’s one of the benefits of being a procrastinator.It’s amazing what can happen while you tarry.