Storytelling that brings back memories
I trust that you would, Liz. As always, a joy to read you.Laneuse to be The Hungry Writer, now The Militant Gardener
At the moment, i don't think i would... I am feeling pig-headed... *sigh*
Lane!Welcome back! It's a wonder to hear from you! Yea! It's so cool. Thank you.
Hi Bungi!I know the thought. I wonder whehter the wise man ever feels that way?
Hi Liz,My impression is that you are an excellent listener. If you could listen to me ramble on, I'm sure it wouldn't be a problem. Taking it to heart is another thing though don't you think?I'm sure wise men get feeling ornery at times but perhaps they've learned how to overcome overcome it. Perhaps patience with one's self is one of the things true wisdom is all about.I think I need another lifetime (sigh).
Hi Kirk!I could use more than one lifetime to get the calm that I seek. :)
Only if he wears a sweater that says " I am a Wise Man". How else will we know?
Hi Dr. John!Perhaps if it were you . . . :)
1"Some say I'm a wise man,Some say I'm a fool;It doesn't matter either way--I'll be a wise man soon!"Procol Harum, wasn't it? Oh, just pretend I said it!!!Stinking Blogger is accusing me of the wrong pasword when I use the same password like a moron nearly everywhere, so I think the system is drunk! Ron Southern
Aw Ron!If you get shook, the software wins. :)
I think you would. I believe you are the sort of person who would listen even if it's a foolish man rambling. You wouldn't miss a thing, as you seem seldom to from my impression of you from your blog.- BlueSky
Hi BlueSkyMost days, that's so. Some days no. I wonder which it would be. :)
Hi Liz,just 14 words and i had to read it many times, pondering its meaning. finally, i figured it out : i wasn't made out to be a wise man. :)
Hi Dsnake,You are so self-deprecating. I find you wise and enlightened. I hear it every comment you make. :)
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