Sunday, December 31, 2006

Things I learned/discovereed/rediscovered in 2006

How to Hula Hoop

How to walk in flip flops


The world does not stop if I miss Kerrville, but it does wobble on its axis.

How to make sour dough bread.

That the hokey pokey may really be what it is all about.

Having a canine companion is a lot of work and responsibility but it is sooooo worth it.

The relationship of work to money is not what I always thought it was.

How I view the situation is the situation.

I am my own best friend and my own worst enemy.


Just D said...

Hi there. You left a comment on my blog asking about a song I had posted on there. The guy singing the song is John Butler, and his website is

Thanks for visiting me... I hope you come back often. ;-)

tammy vitale said...

How I view the situation *is* the situation....ahhh. Words of wisdom to wander into the New Year with. May you have serenity and abundance!

seventh sister said...

Tammy, I can't take credit for the originality of that. It comes from a book, The Architecture of All Abundance by Lenedra J. Carroll. I see so much truth in it that I remind my self of it constantly.

just d. Thanks, I found the site for the song.

heartinsanfrancisco said...

Happy New Year, Jackie!

I've always thought that the hokey pokey was what it's all about. Otherwise, nothing makes any sense at all.

Pendullum said...

You are so right...
The Hokey Pokey IS what it is all about!!!!
Thank you for visiting my site...
As now I have found your site...
Happy New Year