Wayzata, Minnesota

Saturday, January 11, 2014

Six Word Saturday 11 January 2014


Never ever take it for granted.  

Isn't it a magnificent thing our brain, and how capable it is to flash before our very thoughts, millions of memories in just the amount of time it takes to descend a staircase to the ground floor?


It's been quite a week for me, and just to rise above it all, I'm treating myself today with a girl's day out.  Movie and lunch and of course for my Sepia Saturday friends, yes, I have a tremendous post that I'll post later today.  After a girl's day out!

I hope everyone else has the best day ever!

Thank you Cate, from Show my face blog, for continuing to host, Six Word Saturday, 6WS.


ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Cat cleans, bird flies, Karen plays.

Karen S. said...

Thunder- and life is good again! Enjoy your day too!

TexWisGirl said...

a happy day to you as well!

Jim said...

I think I am strange. I was thinking, comparing a dentistry career to that of a tire changer. Not much difference really, same-o, same-o, every day; peoples lives in their hands more skill than I have for either job; pay level is a LOT different.

My mind is always working and I love it that way. Your cat reminds me of what Mrs. Jim says her grandmother would always say, "wash first the bottom, then the top, and finish up in-between."

I love your poem interposed upon the RR tracks. Going someplace, it seemingly never ends, life goes on so enjoy it.

Jim said...

(The part that made my morning thought about the careers strange was that I shared it, first with Mrs. Jim and then here.)

Gillena Cox said...

have a nice Saturday

much love...

retired not tired said...

I say that every day. It is almost a mantra. Life is too short and we just lost another too soon.

Yvonne Demoskoff said...

What a great way to spend a Saturday, Karen! Enjoy your movie and lunch!

EG CameraGirl said...

Thank you for posting this quote! Today I needed to be reminded that my life is my own. ;)

Hilary said...

so very true….

Hilary said...

so very true….

Oregon Gifts of Comfort and Joy said...

Love you, Karen. Hope that you have a great time. I'm taking this weekend to forget about work and am having fun visiting my blog friends.


Kathy M.