#SoCS ~ 12/5/20

Time once again for #SoCS where Linda writes and I re-write:

Your Friday prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday is “list.” Make or talk about a list. Enjoy!

If you’d like to join in, here are the rules and ping back.

Lists are fan-freaking-tastic. I love making lists and crossing off “stuff”as it gets done. I know some people feel like the list making part takes away from the time to work the work. They can just get “stuff” done without a list. Sort of like folks who don’t need instructions to put “stuff” together. They don’t need no stinkin’ instructions, the list of how to 🙂

Whew! As much as I have used the word “stuff” you’d think “stuff” was the prompt. LOL.

Ok y’all I am wiped out. Life just got hard again after a few years of waiting for the other shoe to dropped, said shoe finally did. Dropped like a lead balloon. Somehow I thought that by being right, I’d be relieved, dare I say happy. Not the case.

Though as I look around at the rubble I think hmmm. Not so bad. We will rebuild him/her. We can make him/her stronger. Much like Lee Majors Six Million Dollar Man or Lindsay Wagner Bionic Woman. Though in my heart of hearts, I know I cannot rebuild anyone but myself. I will watch, waiting, hopeful. This too shall pass. It has to pass. What remains to be seen is what things will be like on the other side.

This sad tale of vague description was brought to you by one J-Dub McGillicutty. Thank you for listening. May you all be well.

As always, more to come.

17 thoughts on “#SoCS ~ 12/5/20

  1. ” I know I cannot rebuild anyone but myself. ” I like that. Reminds me of lists I’ve made about things I can control and things I have to let go of. Seeing it in writing helps me. Take good care of you!

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  2. Hey Jilly that’s a sad tale. Try and cling on to the facts A. Nothing lasts forever. B Whether or not we admit it we are all in the same boat most of us knee deep in shit!

    Chin up chic, this too will pass💜

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      1. It’s very hard for the younger adults, middle adults too, they will probably have to work longer and harder to stay afloat! We have three sons a daughter in law and two grandsons so I understand what you are saying 💜

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