Pete Nehnevajsa @ September 13 at 3:43pm ·
Well, this little fella was just sitting by the bank of a stormwater run-off ditch. Not wanting him to be swirled away during a storm, I adopted him and gave him a home. No muss, no fuss, no vet bills or food ills to worry about.
I named him Crock short for Cat Rock to give new meaning to commonly used phrases like “that’s a crock”.
So Crock’s here to stay as part of September’s Escape Adulthood project. Enjoy!
Pete Nehnevajsa @ 9/27/2016 at 11:07am ·
I knew Crock (Cat Rock) was getting lonely without me being around 24/7 so I sought other companions. Enter Dough. Dough is such a dear and became a ray of sunshine for Crock. Me? I didn’t have fa to go to sew up this relationship. I asked Dough and he said “La Tea!” which everyone knows means “fantastic!”…well, according to Dough-ish languages at least. So there you have it Dough-Ray-Me-Fa-Sew-La-Tea-Dough. Sounds like music, hunh? Second EA assignment complete!
Sometimes life’s events make us “grow up” too quickly. We forget, never experience or lose the joy of play. Life takes it’s tolls and the light-heartedness that accompanies play is discarded in order to survive.
But it’s never too late. Continue reading “Adulthood”
It’s a shame really. To have lived and to discover that you haven’t or that you had but took so much for granted. Without a real awareness we allow our culture, upbringing, sense of responsibility and “life” to dictate our living.
Now some would say that this note might be similar to others posted here or on other sites that decry the mess we’ve made of our lives intentionally or unintentionally but that is not really my aim. Continue reading “Life as a Second Thought”
Just Think about It
Just Worry about It
Just Regret It
Just Plan It
Just Schedule It
Just Try It
Just Do It
“Do. Or Do Not. There is no try.” ~Yoda (Star Wars)
Continue reading “Doing”
I sat early this morning browsing the internet instead of writing my Morning Pages. I was just waiting and spending time following virtual rabbit trails while waiting.
What was I waiting for? Let’s see…what are some of the common “Waiting” examples? Continue reading “Waiting”
So, where has this blog been? What has taken so much time that writing a short piece for this site seems impossible?
Stuff to do. Stuff to get. Stuff to put away. Stuff to sort. Stuff to read. Stuff to clean. Stuff to maintain. Stuff to organize. Stuff . Stuff. Stuff.
Stuff to do. Continue reading “Simplify”
Shoes on a Rail…enjoying the moment.
Have you ever focused on something and realized later how much you automatically filter out?
So much time was spent in focusing on the shoes and ensuring the lake was in the picture that it was not until after the shot was taken that the wires, cars, houses, planter, fire hydrant et al were noticed. They could be edited out of the picture but they serve as reminders for us to really look around and notice what else gets filtered out in life. Continue reading “Notice Your Filters”
No, not the castanet musical instrument but an honest to goodness real throwing net. It was the simple act of casting a net into the ocean that made me better understand those who get addicted to certain activities like gambling or lottery playing or even email, social media, or internet browsing). I was there trying my hardest to discover just the right wave, just the right area, just the right throw in order to catch something. It was the unbounded hope that the next cast might bring in “the big one” but actually after a while it was the thought that I might catch anything that kept me gathering and tossing the net. Continue reading “Cast-A-Net”
Costume jewelry is not quite the same as real jewelry. Some may actually appear more brilliant and sparkly but let’s face it it’s not the same as an honest to goodness real diamond, ruby, emerald or other fine gem. Just ask any jeweler…
Similarly, so much of life is made up, not quite real. Continue reading “The Jewel of Denial”
It’s hard to see in the photograph but there is actually a train track in the background and in Wilmore KY there are still trains that run on this track. Going from one place to another in the endless pursuit of moving goods and people closer to where they are needed. Using the Dragan effect to make the photo more dramatic takes the viewer back a few years. Back to when all train tracks had a purpose and those who ran the trains served the country from coast to coast. Continue reading “RxR”