Welcome to my home =] I believe in a total hands on, learn as you go type of existance bcause you can't cultivate knowledge about new things without getting your hands dirty. So if you're willing to watch me stumble through the process then check back often. This site will always be a work in progress... sorta like me!

Let’s all sing like the birdies sing………….. tweet, tweet, tweet, tweet, tweeeeeeeeeeeeet!!!

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Spring has sprung!!!

“In the spring time, the only pretty ring time,
When birds do sing, hey ding a ding;
Sweet lovers love the spring.”
~William Shakespeare~
Love Her or lose Her

Spinning round and round
Holding hands
The whole world a blur
But you are standing

Completely drenched
No rubber boots
Running in us
Want to erupt from a shell

Wind in
An outdoor smell of your hair
I hit as fast as I could
with my nose

Jump into puddles
(comepletely drenched)
(With no boots)
(completely drenched)

And I get a nosebleed
but I always get up
We see eachother
In myself

And I get a nosebleed
but I always get up
We see eachother
jump into puddles
Hoppípolla “Jump into puddles” by Sigur Ros from Iceland

Side Blog

Exploring the links will tell you alot about what makes me purrrrr... I won't be putting up a BIO, you wouldn't believe me anyway. I will confess that words are a passion for me, thus the lyrics link, so I will be adding quotes or bits and pieces of songs that make my heart sing and you are welcome to take and use anything that moves you. I've probably swiped them from somewhere anyway... so enjoy.

Embrace this moment... Remember we are eternal... All this pain is an illusion.

"Let us be grateful to people who make us happy. They are the charming gardners who make our souls blossom"~Marcel Proust

“Grief shared is half grief. Joy shared is double.” ~ Proverb

"Blessed are the hearts that can bend; they shall never be broken."~Albert Camus

"A clear conscience is usually the sign of a bad memory."

"Smooth seas do not make skillful sailors."~African Proverb