Everyone is gone and to re-state an expression I used here, it is time to fish or cut bait.
Note: I enjoy using old-fashioned expressions.
Note: In fact, the year I retired from teaching high school English, one of my English III AP students kept a running list of the old fashioned things I said in class that were not in their modern, teenage lexicon.
They were smart alecks like that, which of course made me love them even more.
When you combine smart and funny that is a pretty powerful combination.
So it is time to put into effect my new word for 2013 which is
Note: I did not say perfect.
For some reason the word Excellence has been floating around in my thinking lately.
What will that look like?
In my life… everything from
arranging things in my car so they don’t slide to the floor when I put on the brakes
to putting the cart back in its slot at WalMart
to putting cream on my face twice a day
to doing a paradigm shift in my very old thinking.
Could it be that being a slinger and a jammer and a Scarlet O’Hara and the occasional procrastinator in my thinking may have stayed at the dance too long? (there’s another one)
I’ll keep you posted. Pun intended.