The story some will tell are going to be brutal, some will tell a story about life of ease and comfort others will talk about a life that went on for a long time and others will say they had hardly had time to find their story at all.
Of all the stories we can tell, the story our bones will tell will never be equaled by any writer no matter how talented or glib or word perfect they may be.
That’s why I love to see things covered with snow- the world turns into a city of bones and each street has a story to tell.
It’s an exciting time for me.
Today I am leaving this video to show you this world as it comes into being- enjoy the story.
So that’s what I’m going to do here. I’m not going to pop out 45 because I’d like to reflect on them a bit. So let’s start cooking:
I am grateful for being able to write- I am grateful that some people enjoy my work and I am grateful for the ones who don’t. Having people respond to you art is what matters at the end of the day.
I am grateful for Dictionary.com It’s cooler and more reliable then Wikipedia- which anyone can mess with and they even have an icon to click so you can hear the word. Did I mention they have quizzes and trivia? The Science Geek in me is geeking out over this site. It’s fabulous!
I am grateful for Absinthe– I am not a big drinker- I’m not even a sometimes drinker but when I do go out and have that occasional drink, having one with a cool history makes the experience a little more exciting. Was it exciting? First of all, absinthe is green, people believed that drinking it would make you go insane and it tastes like licorice. What’s not to love?
Wow- that was fun!
I thought I would go the Sunday School, Touchy Feeley ” I am grateful ” road- but I’m hoping as I list these things out they all make me smile
I think I’m going to add the Absinthe site to my blog links.