Gizzy in Heaven!

Gizzy in Heaven!
I love you forever and ever, Amen!


Saturday, November 21, 2009

Don't pass the buck!

I don't care much for watching commercial TV; I think it corrupts the mind. Talk shows, reality shows, dance shows - bah, humbug! Get real! Get off the couch and get into life. Don't be a free loader and don't expect to get somethin' for nuttin' - just because you think "the world owes you" - society only works if we pull together and all do our share. So, don't whine and complain and blame others for your unhappiness, take charge of your life. You are the only thinker in your brain, you are the captain of this ship, so choose to be positive! Leave all that old luggage behind and move on. Set yourself free and forgive someone. Learn your lessons from your mistakes. Life's worth it, dahlings! Life doesn't come with an owner's manual, it's not a guided tour, it's an adventure. Live at your own risk! Live life to the fullest and be sure to laugh every chance you get. Laugh till you cry - or pee your pants, whichever comes first!

YEAH BABY! I just love her!


Anonymous said...

I will look that up. I thought maybe you would recognize that name. Yes I did do the rooster. I am a beginning artist. 2 years in watercolor and acrylics. I dabble a little in oils.
Thanks for stopping by. Your photos are beautiful.

Anonymous said...

I must have typed the name in wrong earlier. I found the 5th symphony and I love the violins. I play the violin.

Renee said...

Now this is my kind of post.

Fantastic post Doris.

Love Renee xoxo

gwengoods said...

So very true! Definitely words to live by!

Glo said...

Loving it! Oh I love the Eagles too! You said Dori! Like I have told many of my clients life pushes and pulls us along so you better get over it and on with!

Debbie said...

Good advice, and it's nice to meet someone else who crochets! Have a nice weekend.

Olde Dame Penniwig said...

I don't watch TV or movies either, Doris. It just feels so very fake. I will go to plays sometimes.

Remember the quote from "The Glass Menagerie": "You know what happens? People go to the movies instead of moving! Hollywood characters are supposed to have all the adventures for everybody in America, while everybody in America sits in a dark room and watches them have them!"

This was written in 1945. And so little has changed...I do not think television and movies have been very good for most cultures...

Kerrie said...

Hi Doris! I thought your address was in my e-mail contacts but it wasn't! Anyhow, I know that the Christmas Cactus do come in Red and also white. I have never seen yellow. Thanks for stopping by the blogs! :^) Kerrie