AND THEN I TOLD YOU THIS
Do you recall the time I talked about those lessons I’ve learned while conquering the world? Remember how I went all ZEN on you guys? I talked about how I learned that we are not machines, and that if we don’t take things off our plates the universe will do it for us? Yeah, that time.
I’d like to apologize for that post. I think I may have led you to believe that I have arrived, and in no way, shape or form EVER over commit or have too much to handle.
Consider this my version of eating crow.
All of this to excuse my lack of posts these past two weeks, people. But, but, but… I really HAVE had a shit load going on! What with M.C. Nugget leaving THIS week for five weeks to work on a film (YAY Nuggie)… and whatnot. But I have so so so much else to tell you guys! I simply can’t say anything more about anything right now…. not until later this week.
Don’t you hate that? Cryptic posts? Ms. Cryptic-McCryptlestein…
Stay tuned. I promise it will be worth it.
Tara Fairfield says
I can totally relate, so glad none of us have it all together, life wouldn’t be as fun and interesting!
Yeah – I’m getting that many people relate to this… and yes… we are a fun bunch, aren’t we?
Onisha Ellis says
People who have it all together are boring and you are NOT boring!
Why thank you Onisha! And you my dear are anything BUT. Mmmphhhuuuhhh!
Elyse Salpeter says
Sometimes we need to give ourselves permission to take a break. We can get entrenched in the need to do something, when there are so many other influences in our lives desperately trying to get our attention. Just keep at what you’re doing – it’s great! It will all work out. 🙂
Kisses Elyse! You rock.
James Prescott says
Love cryptic posts, leave you thinking and with expectancy of other material to come! Thanks for this 🙂
Exactly James… this is what I’m going for! Thanks for commenting! XO
Bob Nailor says
As much as I enjoy cooking, I’ve yet to find a good recipe for eating crow. And the Lord know – I’ll be ‘enjoying’ it again, very soon. Always seems that way. Will hang in there for the update.
It’s funny that even when one, as an idle retiree, doesn’t really have anything to do he falls behind. I’m a perfect example; my to-do list is more of a bucket list than a sensible sequence of activities to plan. Distractions, frustrations and the desires of others prevail. In any case when you, Ms. C, are up to speed I can’t comprehend how you get all those observations, ideas, and philosophies into words on a daily basis, and so well done!.
Momentarily in Mammoth – skiing starts Thursday at the main lodge. Checked my Coreology history: as of 11/1/13, 157 sessions in 2 years at a cost of $2220. My doctor says it was worth it, ¿Quien sabe?
I think your membership to Coreology is well worth it Eaeme! Keep at it. That a lot of sessions for that kind of money, if you think about it. Regular pilates would be minimum of $55 or 60 per session!
And thank you — I have a post ready to go but have literally not stopped… AGAIN this week! Nuggie is out of town now, so perhaps I’ll be able to catch up! YES!