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I don’t know what this means. Perhaps it is a crazy way to fly to the moon. It’s could also be the latest way to say something cool. Maybe it’s the name of a new flying machine. I’m really not sure but it certainly sounds cool. Perhaps it is the way you handle you wake board when you are catching those waves with your parasail pulling you up into the air. I could just imagine the feeling and saying to my friends wow that is an awesome feeling perhaps even “grasped”.Posted By Lynne On 02.20.2013 @ 2:39 am
A bee by any other name would sting just the same. Just because a bee seems to happily jump from flower to flower, does not mean that it is not thinking of stinging you when you least expect it. Remember, always anticipate that which you do not expect. Then it becomes expected.Posted By Lynne On 03.08.2011 @ 8:36 pm
“I’m sorry,” she said, “but these sheets aren’t the color I wanted.”
The employee looked at her oddly. “I’m afraid we don’t have any other shades of cream.”
She pouted. “Fine, I’ll take them, but I won’t sleep happily on them.”
The employee offered her a sad smile. “I wouldn’t either.”Posted By Lynne On 12.14.2010 @ 10:24 pm
Oliver held the sheet music in his hands, rifling through them with a dry finger.
“I’ll miss this place when the year ends.”
Oliver looked up; his teacher took long strides across the room from the door.
“I’ll miss you, too.”
“Thanks,” Olivers replies uneasily. He continues to move through each page of sheet music, ignoring the other man’s eyes on his body.Posted By Lynne On 12.14.2010 @ 10:18 pm
i love runninhg iu began running as a way to quit smoking, but began loving running for running’s sake when i was younger, i was a big disappointment to my athletic overachieving father. running was a way to gain my way back into his graces. i began by running a mile to the shell station and back, and my dad got so excited, he spent money on a pari of running shoes for me. then he signed me up foir a five mile race. YIKES! i hasd never run five miles before. i had never run over the two miles i began with. i trqained and ran that race.—then many races–even a marathon and a triathlon and won many trophies and ribbons and medals. i no longer run too much because i now have arthritis in my knees and balacne issues becauser of MS. My father is 82 and still runs. IIt has been twenty seven years since I quit smoking. I am very glad I did–and I thank running for that. Oh–and my dad of course.Posted By Lynne On 01.01.1970 @ 12:00 am