Sunday, April 28, 2013

Out Comes the Salad

    I wanted to say that it is hard to really write when you are feeling A Certain Kind of Sad...as if life has handed you those lemons people are always talking about.

But it's not so much about lemons.  You see, life is not necessarily "bad" right now.

Just different.

     It is hard when you feel as if you were Right Smack Dab in the middle of ordering a tasty, little fruit & dip combo when all of the sudden, out comes the salad.

And you sort of have to rearrange and re-analyze your brain and your taste buds and also, apparently every single life decision you've ever made (haha).  

((Sigh))

These things take time.

I had every intention of writing a very well-thought out, articulate post- which I had planned to title "Friends, Romans, Countrymen," but then I realized that you are neither Romans nor Countrymen, and the whole post just fell apart from there.

My apologies.  Sort of.

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So.  There you go.  I feel the Distinct Call for Quiet right now. Until the end of the school year (at the latest)!

I can't wait to come back with a fresh start and a new perspective and some wonderfully terrific news.

For now, this.

Thanks for reading.  It seriously means the world to me.

I hope you'll come back in June.

Love and The Distinct Call for Quiet would have been a much better title but let's just go with it,
H.


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