In contrast with the soothsayer‘s warning to Julius Caesar, “Beware the Ides of March,” I find no foreboding message in this day. In fact, I celebrate it!
Please join with me and find a bit of wisdom, inspiration and prompting via The Wise Old Owls . . . speaking the words of Steve Jobs.
Liberate those words and feel confident in your freedom to write abundantly . . . some wisdom from Annie Dillard!
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Do you trust botanical wisdom? If so, stop by the coffee shop before hitting the gym!
Place setting for one
Cup of tears; plate of lonely
I eat the sorrow.
A dancing ninja can put a little caffeinated whimsy in the saddest of poems. I’m honored every time he comes to balance my soul with his happy sword!
* For anyone unfamiliar with “Jersey Tomatoes,” they are the deepest red, densest, beefiest, most delicious fruits of their kin. Grown only in New Jersey, of course!
** For anyone unfamiliar with Hellman’s and Duke’s – Hellman’s is the Blue Ribbon mayonnaise served primarily in the North. Duke’s spread is a cult following in the South. Since I’ve lived on both sides of the Mason-Dixon line, I have my opinion. But, I don’t want to split the divide . . . .
***A classic Jersey Diner?
A gleaming silver railcar, or a fading glory, in bondage to asphalt. Serving old school Americana food: burgers, fries, hotdogs, homemade pies . . . steaming hot black coffee. One of the definitions of my childhood!