Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Perfect life


I wish I had nothing to worry about.(OK, may be only one or two small ones just to feel that I am alive).


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  1. There's always SOMETHING to worry about, even if it's just the weather.

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  2. I wish it was only the weather:)

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  3. I love your photos today; they show a simplicity that is easily obtained and to be treasured. Lol, the weather ... the international conversation starter [and often finisher]. Where would we be without the weather.
    Your dog has the right idea ... head down, eyes shut:) Perchance to dream?

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    1. I dont have a decent camera, all my photos are taken by my Iphon and i like it that way:)
      We realy talk a lot about the weather, may be because it is one of the things that we can not realy control.

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  4. The house looks fairly simple.

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  5. I hope it looks good to you Rachel, it is my house and it is simple indeed.

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    1. Simple always looks good to me Yael.

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  6. I don't worry about anything. I've given up worrying. You can do it too. It's just like giving up cigarettes. Once you decide to do it you can do it. I let other people do the worrying. You might call me selfish. But I'm not selfish. I'm just keeping my psyche healthy. I've visited too many lunatic asylums and I don't want to end up in one. So I don't worry. I read poetry books, go to museums, and drink beer instead.

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  7. :) I read poetry and drink beer somtimes and steel worry:)

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    1. Gwil is right, try to think of good things and think positive at all times, that is my philosophy.

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  8. If you ever figure out how to not have anything to worry about, please let me know. I could certainly put that knowledge to good use.

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  9. Welcome to my blog Harry:) I am working on it and i promise to let you know.

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  10. I think worrying is an instinctive thing and a survival mechanism, but it isn't fun. It's very human though.

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  11. Yes you are wright. I never worry about things that realate to me only about my children, (non of them is a child any more).

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  12. Ah, as your relaxing dogs shows, "it's a dog's life," but not for us.

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  13. Yael I am a worrier too, always have been. At times it drives me nuts! I have to do a bit of self talking at times to rationalise my fears .

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  14. I try to worry less and i think it is better now. thank you Leisha.

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  15. I try to worry less and i think it is better now. thank you Leisha.

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