Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Finally jumped ...

Too busy to blog? Seriously folks ... did anyone read the last post I made (whoops that was two weeks ago ...oh dear, I've forgotten the point ...)

Oh right, the holidays ... well, it's been a blur ... did I write something about a hamster and a wheel and spinning ... oh dear, I've forgotten the point again.

Oh right, the holidays ... well, there's been cleaning, decorating, parties, celebrating friendships, shopping, present wrapping, cooking, baking, vain attempts to pry myself away from facebook, even further vain attempts to pry myself away from reading the 3rd and 4th book of the Twilight Saga, a trip on the Polar Express, Christmas, multiple attempts to de-mucus with the neti pot, a lot of nose blowing (my personal tribute to Rudolph), Christmas, more neti-pot, packing up for Hilton Head, and finally sending off those Christmas/New Year's cards on the 29th (splitting the difference between the holidays).

What was my point again? Oh right, the holidays ... something about spinning, I think. Wouldn't it be cool if we followed our own advice? I had such good intentions ...

In deference to this week's Heads or Tails theme/prompt, which is Heads: Watch - I've finally jumped off the wheel and am just watching others spin for a while. If I find myself on the wheel again, I'll just check my watch and set the timer ...

Personally, I'm looking forward to 2009. I have been watching my horoscope ... seems to be an interesting planetary alignment incoming ... maybe some things will align in a positive way ... I'll watch and see. Although Mercury does go retrograde starting on my birthday - I'll be sure to backup my laptop. All you fellow Capricorns, go here ...

So, here's to watching ... and waiting ... and maybe a little bit of doing ... and a truly fabulous 2009! Joy, Peace, Prosperity, Hope and Love to all - oh, and if you didn't see this before ... watch this->>>

P.S. Will I post again in less than 2 weeks? Hmmm, watch me ... and find out!


4 comments:

Skittles said...

New Year's Eve will find me and hubby watching and waiting for the ball to drop. Not in Times Square, but from the comfort of our home.

Tumblewords: said...

Enjoyed your post! And, yes, I read the round hamster post at the appropriate time and yes, I will return to watch next time! :) Happy New Year!!

anthonynorth said...

A fun post. Too busy to blog? Well, I suppose you'll have to slow down life :-)

storyteller said...

Watching and waiting can be a good thing ... especially at this 'reflective' time of year. Finding a balance between the 'real' and 'virtual' worlds can be challenging for each of us.
Hugs and blessings,