Sad to say, there’s a lot of “wood, hay, and stubble,” doctrines, philosophies and theories floating around these days. Only truth will stand the tests of life.
Hello Readers and Fellow Bloggers,
I’d like to welcome all the new readers and followers of this blog, and say a big “THANK YOU” to everyone who’s taken the time to come visit and read my thoughts on various subjects. I appreciate you all!
I’m taking a break from blogging this month. However, I’ve posted lots of quotes, poems, articles and stories over the past eight years and I hope you’ll browse around and read some of them.
And here are a couple tidbits of wisdom for you to ponder today.
“For who hath despised the day of small things?”
— Zechariah 4:10a
What waits for me? Who knows?
Beyond the rippling tide:
adventures – or a lazy day
of watching seabirds glide.
A siren call across the swell
pulls me from my chair.
Away to sea, my boat and me,
with hope of havens fair!
Idyllic isles or rolling seas,
excursions o’er the foam;
I’ll spend this month meandering
intriguing paths to roam.
Methinks the month will fly…
I’ll pass through sun and rain.
I shall return when “dog days” burn
and dock my boat again.
No, I’m not really gliding off into the rolling sea, but I am taking a holiday from blogging in the month of July. I’ll continue my Ragtag Daily Prompt duties Sunday evenings and I intend to keep posting interesting words & meanings on my Word Buds site but otherwise, you won’t see me here very much before August 2.
All eyes are turned upon you today, dear friends and neighbours,
as you set aside differences to celebrate your great country.
And here’s a little smile for you:
Ragtag Daily Prompt: EYES
I’m reading an interesting book right now, DIGITAL DETOX. the author describes technological addiction and the effects it has on a person’s ability to function. Here’s one danger: becoming an avid procrastinator.
Technology puts a myriad of distractions at our fingertips. It’s no wonder many tech addicts have a tendency to procrastinate. Our gadgets provide us with countless opportunities to be blissfully unproductive.
And here’s the book on Amazon.com, in case you want to check it out for yourself: