Wisdom by Hindsight
Do you ruminate?
I’m happy to say that’s a skill I have. jo(e) recently posted..I’ve had the time of my life
Welcome to my blog. Wonderful!
YES! I usually have a duster or a tea towel in my hand at the time, always multitasking, I’m no sloucher! 😛 Grannymar recently posted..Silent solace
I can well picture you like that.
Yes. See I even have it in my name and the tiny little blog that I write.
Welcome to my blog. I went over to your blog and like what I see there.
YUP. Too much.
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Too much ruminating is good for the soul.
nope. i just laugh delightedly at your posts. i will leave the ruminating to cows and grandpas. tammy j recently posted..pioneer spirit?
Somehow, in Pickles, all the ruminating is done by Earl while Opal never does.
I prefer to lin- an amalgate of the old english hlyn and the scotts lyn- meaning a raging torent or a waterfall- as in writing music, giving concerts, teaching, keeping house (somewhat), and accompaning my other half to conferences. And yesterday taxes. Ouch. Now taxes is something to ruminate about. And laughter. Love Calvin and Hobbs. And your page.
I fulminate about taxes!
I love to ruminate. I’m not a grandpa, so does that mean I’m a cow? 😉 Cheerful Monk recently posted..An Ambitious Project
No, you are just like Opal who does not feature in that particular strip but who is a busybody.
You’re insulting poor Opal. She’s a hard worker — I’m way too lazy for that! No, lying in bed ruminating is one of my great joys, housework just can’t compete. Cheerful Monk recently posted..Traveling in America
Oh no. I grant you that Opal is a very hard worker but her repartee is out of this world and that can only come from a lot of ruminating.
i spend quite a lot of time doing that – mainly because i don’t want to leave my nice warm bed on theses wintry mornings,….plus i have to rest my hand often because i’m supposed to be doing so!
It always zaps me that your climate is the opposite of ours!
LOL – this morning is clear [no rain] but the sun hasn’t arrived – a friend in the far south island is saying snow – which means this far up the nirth – just plain cold…
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