Letting Go

my brain on ... something red

 

Sometimes you just have to let go of things.

It’s time to move on.

There’s no use holding on anymore.

You did what you could.

It’s the circle of life:

to free and be free; to release; to let thing unwind as they should.

Your time together wasn’t meant to last a lifetime.

your part has been played: played well, but it is played out now.

And it’s time to …

JUST LET GO OF THAT STUPID WIND UP TOY NOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

note: I bet you thought I was talking about relationships … or farts … or something.

double note: the dentist said Lady Chatterly‘s teeth were beyond repair, so I fixed them for good.

it does resemble it's former self ... or assemble either!

 

triple note: sure the photo is blurry … it was like dissecting my best friend: tears do that.

quadruple note: I only made it from “A” to “J”  while expeditioning through the blogroll tonight. It’s tough sometimes: there is too much good stuff out there. “K” to “Z” you are next.

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notes to myself #46

Giving someone an Indian Burn becomes politically incorrect, but you can still do it … just give it another name.

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5 responses to “Letting Go

  1. I do feel bad for you! I did think, at first you were talking about a relationship! You got me! 🙂

  2. It’s not good to let go if you are hanging off a cliff. Those are words to live by! Literally!

  3. They call it a Chinese burn around my neck of the woods. But I guess that’s kind of un-PC too.

  4. A mortal coil no doubt.

  5. Thanks for all the comments.

    Doraz: hee hee! I’m relationshipwrecked most of the time, so don’t worry about posts on that stuff here.

    S. Le: cliffs and balloons! don’t forget balloons!

    Tooty Nolan: It’s amazing how un-PC I used to be as a child!

    razzbuffnik: I think Shakespeare was thinking about chattering teeth when he wrote Hamlet. hee hee!

    “Alas, poor Yorick! I knew him,”

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