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I Meant to Work Today by Richard LeGalliene

Posted on: December 4, 2017

This is me some days!! Thanks for this Lynn.

30 Responses to "I Meant to Work Today by Richard LeGalliene"

This is me on many days! 🙂

Good to hear! That’s just another thing we have in common.

Yep! That resonates with me!

It is so perfect isn’t it!

I can relate! Thanks for sharing.

I kept my nose to the graindstone today. Maybe tomorrow I can take a casual walk in the woods and appreciate an egret lakeside. Great reminder, Darlene.

We have egrets living in the orange grove across from us too!! HOpe you get a chance to go for your walk. Balance is the key, isn´t it?

I certainly can relate! So easy to get distracted.

But that can be a good thing! What did our parents say, “All work and no play makes Johnny a dull boy.” or something like that.

What can one do but soak up all these wondrous events…a great quote and thank you for sharing, Darlene! Just reading the words has me beaming…time to look away from the computer and say hi to the birds on the feeder! hugs xx

It is a good reminder, isn’t it? Glad you liked it.

This happens to me far too often, but I like to think I work better if I allow such distractions to inspire and revive.

I agree we all need these distractions from time to time.

I think I’m having one of those days!! Love it!!

We all have them and if not, we should!!

Oh, I know this feeling. I call it healing procrastination. 🙂

A great term for it!! Thanks for stopping by.

I love this very much. I relate, of course but it is the way the words skip and dance that really appeal. It’s lovely.

Thanks! It really struck a chord with me so I had to share.

I’m so glad you did 🙂

Sounds a bit like me sometimes!

And that´s a good thing!

Perfect. Going on my inspiration wall.

It was certainly worth sharing!!

A beautifully inspiring poem Darlene. Happy Christmas.

Glad you enjoyed it! Have a wonderful Christmas yourself!!

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