mercredi 11 février 2009

Things I'm Wondering...

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* where I could purchase the beautiful
mohair blanket below...
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Image: JJJJound


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why we can't all just get along...
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* how long it takes to forget things...
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* why people are so concerned with the opinions of others...

* how long it takes to "get" that some people just aren't
ever going to "get it"...

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* why people choose to sit at the table next to you
when the restaurant is practically empty...
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* could I really live without my cell phone...
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* why everybody, but me, can wink...

* how come I'm so excited to be going to Paris
tomorrow when I've already been there zillions of times...
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10 commentaires:

Perfumeshrine a dit…

Just stumbled on your venue and I have to say you're right...Paris is always enticing. If only life was a 60s nouvelle vague French film in le gay Paris!

Callie Grayson a dit…

love this post!
if you find where you can get that blanket let me know!

Nana Yaw Asiedu a dit…

The answer to most of the questions: because we're human. To the question, 'But what makes us human?", does anybody have an answer? And, oh, I can wink, yes ;-)

Shashi Nayagam a dit…

I too think of many whys and wherefores especially now when I find one of our closest friend's child is on the brink of divorce within a year. I think to myself why don't people give each other more time to understand each other, why don't they give each other space, why do people interfere with other peoples lives, why does a simple matter of miscommunication bring so much of heartache.

Oh lucky you Paris has so much of enchantment to me too.

posekyere a dit…

Sounding philosophical!
It is good to take time to answer for oneself some of these questions. I believe it does the soul a ton of good.
That blanket, if I am not mistaken, can be bought in Peru, Bolivia and other neighbouring states in South America.

High Desert Diva a dit…

Does one ever tire of Paris?

Pamela Terry and Edward a dit…

and, why can I wink but not whistle??

Jazz a dit…

why people choose to sit at the table next to you
when the restaurant is practically empty...


If they're bloody minded like I am, for the same reason once in a while I get into the elevator, don't turn around towards the door and just stare at the people in the elevator: to freak you right out. Most of the time it works really well too!

Gretchen a dit…

Paris.. lucky you! I haven't been there in a long while.
(Maybe you'll find your lovely mohair blanket....)

bon voyage!

SUREANDO a dit…

He regresado.
I love that blanket too.
and I have never been in Paris...
Algún día, quizás.
Un abrazo