What Does This Button Do?

I found the “speed control” knob. Once I slowed it all down, a few things became very clear – the most important ones being several pristine paths I can follow. I have concrete plans now, tentative as they may be (LOL! Yeah, that made sense!), and a map to get me around.

It’s an odd feeling, this not being overwhelmed. I’ve grown accustomed to having obstacles dropped in front of me, and knowing that I can do whatever I want now will take some getting used to. All those challenges have turned into the opportunities I had hoped for, and I’m not sure what I’m going after first. I’m not confused, so much as I haven’t quite decided yet (Yes! *I* get to decide! How cool is that?!) which will be the most interesting door to walk through first.

Sorry – I don’t mean to sound so mysterious.

Oh, wait a minute – yes. Yes, I do. Private celebrations happening here. Happy, Happy – Joy Joy…

Random song for the Day: “Happy Ending” – Mika

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6 Replies to “What Does This Button Do?”

  1. Okay Mata Hari, what’s going on ?

    Les Says: Really, REALLY cool things. Bunches of ’em. I will keep you posted as they finish up, honest I will.

  2. G’day Les,

    Nice to hear from you yesterday. By the way, I forgot to tell you I photographed Muskoka (your occasional stamping ground) in Ontario about 18 months ago, on a photographic assignment for the Canadian Tourism Commission.

    It was sensational. Must go back there.

    Would you mind if I added you to my blogroll?

    Cheers

    David

    Les Says:
    How odd… Although I’ve BEEN to Muskoka, it was only for one weekend out of my teenage life (when the dinosaurs roamed the area), and I have to say that in my memory it WAS a beautiful place to be – I almost wish I could use “stomping grounds” in the same sentence with the place.

    I also have to say that a year ago I would have been insanely jealous of the fact that you had a photographic assignment for the Canadian Tourism Commission and I did not. Now though, it’s enough to almost have had such a thing in common with you.

    I’m glad you came back, David, and yes, of course, please add me to your blogroll. I will spend some time over at your site now, as well.

  3. You don’t sound mysterious – you sound “empowered”! Yee-haw!!!! Welcome back bonny lass, missed ‘ya..

    Les Says: Well, shit. I was going for mysterious.

  4. Stil laughing at the exchange between Carol and you (above). Thanks for the permission. Have added you to my blogroll.

    Keep smiling

    David

    Les Says: Glad to make you laugh. You should keep doing that.

  5. hiya Les,

    thanks for stopping by my blog, and congrats on finding the magic button! (p.s – would you mind passing it down when you’re through?)

    Les Says: Hi Frances! I’m pretty sure that everybody’s “button” is unique – you may have to feel around for it – 🙂

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