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Saturday.


I was about to write that I'm late today with my post, but then I thought, that's not true. Yes, I am doing a personal challenge of posting everyday until sometime in October. No, I don't have a given time to post my daily blah-blah-blah. Well, there is 11:59 p.m. Yes, there is that.

This morning I thought this is a contender for the Husband's and my motto: We are old. We are retired. So what if we're a little late. 



Giggle. 

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  1. Ha, it's hard to say that to someone older and more tired though isn't it (that's called a lead in I think).

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    1. Whoops. I meant "retired". And, so it is corrected. Now the person older than me will agree. ;-)

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  2. Vetus Sumus

    We are old sounds better in Latin

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    1. You knew I'd go check it out, Adam. :-) Vetus sumus. Nos memorantes rettulere corpus. Quae si ita sunt, ut paulo nuper. I had no idea Latin and Italian had similar cadence.

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  3. Nothing wrong with a little blah blah. My blog have quite a bit of blah blah.
    Coffee is on

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    1. Coffee is perfect with a little bit of blah blah. :-)

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  4. Sometimes late is good. You miss all those silly early-birds running around like chooks with their heads cut off! :)

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    1. There's an advantage to being late. How many heroes were saved because a slacker got to the party late and saw the hero shackled by the bad guy? We can at least call for help, if the slackers are us. :-)

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  5. Getting it in under the wire counts. Of course, you could write a bunch of posts and set them to post daily. Of course, what's the fun in that?

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    1. There's something to be said about writing a bunch and scheduling them. I've done it in the past. Something worth aiming to do again.

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  6. Ya know? You are such a blessing , , in your community - in Hollister - and here online - and the Gift of YOU ripples out across all that is - lifting us - calling us to best selves, happier being - AND - You are Always Right On Time.

    (Where you are called to be every moment)

    Thank you.
    love & love . . . -g-

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    1. You have a positive way of looking at things, G. I like that. Thank you. :-)

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Thanks for the good cheer. :-)

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