38 thoughts on “What Do I Know

  1. A fine depiction of contemplation. You appear quite introspective here of late. Perhaps, I am reading more behind the words than is written…no hidden meanings intended?! I do like a mysterious post, even if I invent it. Thank-you!

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    • No hidden meanings Ellen. But thank you. I appreciate you picking up on the introspection. Though it’s no more so than normal (you would be surprised how much time I spend existing like this!). I appreciate inventiveness being associated with my words πŸ˜‰

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  2. Oh it’s Sunday morning here and my head is full of thoughts, and I’m off to my poetry group soon, where I should be able to release what I’m thinking about….

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  3. We can even have one “set” view on one day and with a small change in our view, we can have a totally other perspective, don’t you think, Colleen? You said you didn’t know what to think. . . 🌞

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      • Oh, I do know that you think, Colleen! It is evident in all of your posts and drawings. . .
        I’m winking as I smile back at you, since I do sense you are pulling on my leg a bit. . .
        A very good quality is to be flexible on where you (one) stand (s).

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        • I always appreciate a well received, and shared, wink. πŸ™‚ I agree about the quality of being flexible. Being flexible means we don’t break as easy. πŸ™‚ And being flexible doesn’t mean being ‘soft’. πŸ™‚

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