Friday, February 17, 2006

Midwinter Sun


Have you ever had a day when it seemed everything went your way? A grand idea came and you worked on it. You made it happen—exactly as it should. It glowed. All day long doors opened. People said nice things—really cool, unusual compliments. You won a prize. Up was up. Little things were good.

Ever had a day like that . . . in the middle of a time when your whole life seemed wrong?

Everywhere my brain goes, it’s running into walls.

Hold onto hope. Take the chair by the fireplace. Have some tea.

I’ll soon be coming home.

It's hard to stay warm out in the midwinter sun.
—me strauss Letting me be

10 comments:

Rakshit Doshi said...

heya liz,
so glad to see you around... i see one has changed the look of one's blog... nice.
how is your book coming along? sory there has been too much to read so i couldn't finish all, but tell me about it if you can... u hav my mail id, dont you?
all the best and keep dropping by.

mergrl said...

I do love the way you write my friend (hugs)

hope you have a good rest of the evening and a good Friday

mojo shivers said...

You write like a Mary Lou Lord song makes me feel--all velvety and lovely. It's always a pleasure to come around here.

ME Strauss said...

Hi Rakshit,
I was glad to see you were there when I stopped by. It was nice to hear your voice again.
Liz

ME Strauss said...

Hello mergrl,
Thank you for always stopping by to see me. You are a joy to know.

I wish you a wonderful Friday.
Liz

ME Strauss said...

Thanks Patrick,
Such a lovely description. It makes ME feel warm and velvety to read it.
Liz

melly said...

Poor Melly got confused again when what Liz first disguised as prose turned out to be a poem ;)
Very nicely done :)
And yes, I had good days (maybe not that good, but good enough).
Sorry to hear you might be in a bit of a rut. Feb tends to do that to people.
Keep smiling :)

ME Strauss said...

Hey Melly,
I don't know that I would call thia a poem. But I sure like your response to it whatever it might be.

Yeah, February for how short it is seems to be the longest month.
smiles,
Lis

fineartist said...

February is the arm pit of the year. Agreed.

xxx, Lori

ME Strauss said...

I am right with you there. Lori.
I am right with you there.
I need some summer sun.
Liz