glad you are now on the other side of that polly...
Wonderful, Polly! ~~ You remind me of a life once led! Here goes, I'll try to be short (may exceed 140 characters).When I was a teenage college dropout I had a buddy, roommate to be, who at the time was living with his uncle.The uncle made his own wine, red, and kept it in barrels in his basement. When we were 'on the town' we would bring along a couple quarts of wine filled from one of his barrels.We generally mixed it with Seven Up and never did get drunk...
Excellently deep words.
Glad those barrels are empty, Polly...=)
This is a great beginning to a story about the dangers of living the high life! Such a disappointment for the person--empty barrels.
Brilliant, and perfect for the photo.
Sparse words, yet deep and soulful communication. You m'dear, are doing great! I've got an award waiting for you at my place. I also got a blog make-over so you should stop by, claim your award, and check out my new outfit!Tina @ Life is GoodCo-Host of the April A to Z Challenge Twitter: @AprilA2Z #atozchallenge
Nice to be out of that musty cellar. Into the invigorating sunlight!
Economically written but powerful and thought provoking.
For me, that perfectly describes the nature of change. Dark and scary at first, clarity and perspective with time.
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