Ok, I am just going to wing it here. I had a post written up last night but more than half of it was irrelevant now more than 12 hours later. So, here I am just freeform, cut loose, train of though… I hope it will make sense.
I am not in a very decisive mood. It has been a long week with lots going on. My living situation is in the middle of change, but at my request, so it is ok. Two and a half days later than scheduled (sure glad I didn’t have anything planned) the “crew” showed up to build the shed we bought… it is a crew of one! This may take a while. And besides being sleep deprived trying to get up early for the shed three days in a row, I was the last in my house to get the cold that was being passed around. So, I have a very foggy mind today and it is hard to be decisive about anything except that I could use a nap.
I need to go and snap a picture or two of the current progress… although it is awfully quiet out there to be much for progress… *sigh*. I hope everyone has a good weekend. I know I am going to try to. (((HUGS)))
Written for Fandango’s One Word Challenge (FOWC) – decisive
Tom came into the kitchen where Mary was fixing dinner. “Big new at work. JoAnn is up for the vice presidency. There have been whispers about it all day.”
“Why is that? Do they think a woman can’t handle it? Or is it more of she doesn’t have a fair chance at it?”
“No this is monumental for us. This is not some arbitrary shot at victory, if she gets this promotion it will mean big changes in the company. And I’d venture to say it is about time for most of them.”
“Well then I hope she gets it.”
Written for Fandango’s One-Word Challenge (FOWC) – arbitrary
It was his radical way of thinking that drew me to him, it was his radical way of thinking that drove me away. Somewhere along the years the direction changed and he became a different person.
He had always been a believer in equal rights and doing good. Now he was slowly being warped by the current trends in politics. It didn’t change over night, but it still changed too fast. Now he was all for modern day racism and everyman out for himself.
I left him with a note and a link to a self-help group on his computer.
Written for Fandango’s One-Word Challenge (FOWC) – radical
I made a wish
To change my life
To take who I am
And make a new me
The list of changes
Was a long one
From being fat
To being thin
From being shy
To being assertive
From being anxious
To being calm
From being depressed
To being happy
And on and on
But I realized too late
With all those changes
I lost my true self
Instead of embracing me
I chose a stranger