Friday, July 06, 2012

I have ugly underwear...

In Florida
I didn't care.
It was easy to go bare.
In Ohio
there's something there
So now I have
ugly underwear.

(not grannies but still, ew.)


It's a challenge to live with anyone.
Shared genetics notwithstanding,
cohabiting is an even bigger challenge
when the differences are freakishly huge.
Most sayeth patience is a virtue but virtues
can be worn dangerously thin.
We know that balance requires give and take.
Something seems illogical when the give is
bigger than the take.

Step back. Breathe deep. Re-evaluate perception.


I have some photos I was planning to insert just
to break up the monotony here, but... the USB cord
is cracked. Dammit. Not available in stores. Online only.
I haven't been online for much lately so, when I get some
of that groove back, I'll order the cord and probably
discover that I don't like any of the photos. heh.

Hope everyone is well and happy.
Work hard on the happy.
And life goes on.


J Cosmo Newbery said...

Thanks for the update. Glad you are well and virtuous.

shyam thapa said...
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Jean said...

Well, the virtuous comes and goes.

Anonymous said...

Glad to see you posted. Jean, YOU work hard on being happy. I'm sure your sister knows you are a blessing granted her. D'ya have a happy 4th? I hope you and family celebrated together.


Froth said...

Good vibes from here, belated happy 4th and keep on keepin' on.


the walking man said...

To underwear or not to underway Alas that is the question (not the fashion choice).

I one time read it takes a minimum of 6 months for any people entering into a new living arrangement to wiggle shift and get comfortable in it. Patience has not had enough time to really wear a skid mark yet much less get thin.

Breathe Jean, just Breathe

kdzu said...

It's harder sometimes to be a blessing than to receive one. Sometimes we're not really sure which side of the equation we're on. I've no doubt you are a blessing, but maybe you're receiving one as well. Time will tell. As has been said, "keep on breathing". God Bless Darlin'.

Jean said...

Thank you, Bonnie. The 4th was taken over by a couple big thunderstorms. Plans changed but that's ok.

Kim, my thoughts exactly. ha!

Mark, we're into our third month and there is improvement. We'll make it.

Larry, breathing helps ;-)