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Monday, July 21, 2014


24 comments:

  1. I love this - what I wear home alone (raggedy, loose and comfortable) is not for public scrutiny, so I hear you, hee hee.

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    1. But great for a come-as-you-are party!

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  2. You have summed it up in one beautiful sentence, Tim.

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  3. A huge WOW from Bend Oregon!

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    1. I guess people there are always "comin' around the Bend!"

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  4. Gosh Timo--you've changed your format since last I was here. This is a very effective mental post-it, and I'm all for just wearing the rain, myself.

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    1. I'll bet you look good wearing the rain! LOL

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  5. … ha. Lifes little "surprises".

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  6. And yet if we want to keep it truth, you must learn to spell it correctly, hi there Timoteo

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    1. It won't let me fix it...will have to leave it for now. don't know why I did that. I know better--ha ha!

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  7. profundity! i am not going to confess to how much time i waste fretting about what to wear. and i'm not a clotheshorse by any stretch. the human condition, i guess? or the american way? i really like this, Tim, thanks.

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    1. You can wear a raincoat for the rain, but what do you wear for life?

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  8. --Just keep squeezing out your sponge, then offer aid; aid might be, "ego's" twist of that sponge._m

    rain drops
    falling from my eyes
    helpful hands

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