“I’m Just Livin’ On Things That Excite Me.”
Because I am a ‘Cock-eyed Optimist.
And ‘Life is a Cabaret.’
“Let The World Be Your Oyster.”
The proverb first appeared in Shakespeare’s play ‘The Merry Wives of Windsor’ published in 1602. In Act II, a character named Falstaff says: “I will not lend thee a penny,” to which Pistol replied: “Why, then, the world’s mine oyster, Which I with sword will open.”
(But Don’t Use Your Sword: Use Optimism and Patience and Empathy and Love)
Live and Love Your Life.
And Now, Without Further Ado, On With The Rest of The Show!
Do Yourself a Solid!
“Far from the Madding Crowd“
In my humble opinion, we should stop with all the political vitriol, take a break—Take a Holiday from all the hate mongering—try to remember to be nice people. Try to Remember we are ALL Americans (and of course, Texans are the BEST Americans—Had to get that in—LOL)
End of Rant. Thank you; Drive Through.
And of course this would not be a ‘Proper’ TT&H Post without Dropping In a Little TEXAS
Lyle & His Large Band (Born in Klein, Texas)
I hope I lifted Your Spirits a bit (If They needed ‘Lifting’ that is…)
At any rate, I hope I entertained you just a little.
I do appreciate y’all, My Readers (and endeavor to not waste your time)
P.S. And just to forestall any concerns about my sanity or my will to survive, I leave you with this: