Do you talk to yourself? I mean do you sometimes say to yourself, I am going to do this more often? There are times like sitting by a stream or waterfall, I say to myself, I am going to relax like this more often.
One of the times I do that is at a funeral. Our family is not a tight knit family. We did have a family reunion once upon a time, but they fizzled out. But we do get together at funerals. I ALWAYS say, I am going to visit my kin, and not just at funerals.
I mean it, but I just do not do it. Some of my first cousins I am close to and I should visit, but I do not.
Sonny’s Funeral. Nephew Tommy Malone’s family sang accapella so beautifully at the graveside
Another time is when I really clean up our car. I feel so good about it that I usually say to myself, this isn‘t much work, I am going to keep it this clean, but do I do it? NO! It is dirty right now, but it is too cold to wash it, etc….
I didn’t have to worry about that in GITMO, we were not allowed to use water from your faucets to wash your car. some folk saved the water that dripped from the A/C’s, but not me.
(Our first house in GITMO, no a/c from which to catch the water)
I change the oil in our vehicles, but I am not religious with it. Our little car is over due now, and I will get to it.
Employment application blanks always ask who is to be notified in case of an emergency. I shoulda written, 'A Good Doctor!'
Oh a side note. I was recently bombed with about 20 Porn site notices with some VERY graphic pictures on my blogger dashboard. Has that happened to you? I think Lucy had that problem for awhile,
Anyway, I do promise myself to do things many times, and I forget the promises soon after the event that keyed the promise.
I know you are tired of this rambling, so I’m outa here.
I am very good about keeping promises to others, I think I will make an effort to keep promises to myself.
I think this is from Czechoslovakia, 1939
I'm hoping God grades on the curve.