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April 26, 2013

W is for Whining that it’s late and I need to go to bed,
for Women Whom I love even if I’ll never understand them,
for Work Which I avoid but can’t really imagine living Without,
for Writing and embracing it as both Work and play,
for Wanting What I have more than having things I Want,
for Willpower, for Which I often find myself Wanting,
for Worrying, Which still hasn’t helped one day be better,
for Wonder, and never losing that quality children conjure so easily,
and for those children, teaching them Well that
Who, What, When, and Where are important indeed,
But none so much as…

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  1. April 26, 2013 9:53 am

    “for Worrying, Which still hasn’t helped one day be better” – Love it, I keep telling this to my husband, he’s a worrier and at times it pisses him off that I don’t worry, I just say “well, I’ll take care of it later, let me sleep/eat/watch tv/read this post/write a post.


  2. April 26, 2013 10:11 pm

    Yep. “Why” is always the important question and, ironically, the one that usually can’t be fully answered.


  3. April 29, 2013 10:46 pm

    Now what were you saying about and wine and women….oh sorry, whining women…oh well. 🙂


  4. May 9, 2013 7:34 pm

    W is for wailing at the t.v. when they cancelled Ready for Love! Oh the horror!! 😀


    • May 9, 2013 7:57 pm

      Well as long as Dexter is still on right? I just finished reading (or listening to) the first Dexter book, *now* I need to go watch the first season…


      • May 9, 2013 8:00 pm

        There’s a book????? Oh my… was it good? I haven’t watched Dexter in a few weeks.. been catching up on the Voice and Mantracker… lol a weird combination I know.


      • May 9, 2013 8:27 pm

        Yep, they’re by Jeff Lindsey and the books came first, well at least the first book did. The author reads the audiobook and really gets into the voices. I haven’t watched yet but I understand there are differences. The first book, Darkly Dreaming Dexter, is about the ice truck killer but he kills LaGuerta in the end– I hear that wasn’t the same in the show. Although in the ending of the book his narration makes it hard to understand whether it was her or his sister who was killed, but I guess that was intentional. I’m sure the show is very good and intend to watch it, but to this day I still haven’t found an instance where the show or movie was better than the book, but time will tell…


      • May 9, 2013 8:37 pm

        Sweet! Well watch it and tell us what you think! 🙂


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