Thursday, March 26, 2015

Jive Turkey



Just quietly sitting here going crazy. 

But one can literally drive themselves crazy, can't they? I mean focusing only on what's wrong is easy, and detrimental to any chance of positivity. I swear, this dark and dreary winter has done just about all it can to depress even the happiest of people. But I'm done with it. I'm done complaining about it and I'm done feeling helpless. There's power in change! Turning over a new leaf means accepting whatever life hands you and that despite it all you know that you will be ok. I will be ok. The snow will melt-the dirt and salt will get cleaned up, the sun will come out and the world will look new again. Renewal is inspiring. I will look for action in that inspiration. 

Elanor Roosevelt once said that "no one can make you feel inferior without your consent." I say, "Can't let the turkeys keep you down!" Down is not where I belong. 

I found my funk and funny, it is precisely that same funk that pulled me out of one. 



2 comments:

the walking man said...

When i want funk I always turn to the extended version of Sly Stone's "Sex Machine."


But here, Candace, maybe this list will help you put your snowy winter in perspective. Granted you made the list but--

Top 10 snowiest cities through March 21 (average to-date in parentheses):

1. Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. — 158.7 inches (110.1)
2. Marquette, Mich. — 157 inches (178.2)
3. Bangor, Maine — 131.5 inches (59.3)
4. Caribou, Maine — 129.4 inches (96.2)
5. Syracuse, N.Y. — 118.5 inches (116.3)
6. Worcester, Mass. — 116.8 inches (58.6)
7. Boston, Mass. — 110.3 inches (40.2)
8. Buffalo, N.Y. — 109.3 inches (88.8)
9. Erie, Pa. — 104 inches (94.4)
10. Gray, Maine — 103.7 inches (74.2)


at least you weren't in Sault Ste. Marie, or Marquette MI.

Kenneth Noisewater said...

Feel better soon, Candy! Eleanor loves ya'!