True AND False

truefalseThere is nothing more frustrating than being stumped by a simple question about what you believe to be the truest and the falsest things you know. Nevertheless…

  1. A new study suggests that the reason middle-aged folks can’t remember where they left their keys is because their brains are chock-full of stuff, as compared to younger minds that have not accumulated as much stuff to have to sort through. Fascinating. I still haven’t found my keys.
  2. Binge-watching a TV series is either exhausting or exhilarating. Binge-reading a great novel is only ever exhilarating, because if it were exhausting, you’d just put the book down for a while.
  3. That graduation speech that drives home the point about wearing sunscreen still resonates.
  4. Time spent at a beach, or any waterfront for that matter, never gets old. Neither does the sound of rain on a roof or a fire in a fireplace. With a warm beverage, of course. Maybe also with a splash of whiskey. Oh, and while you’re at it, some of that apple pie, heated, with a scoop of ice cream, too. Now, where’s that soft, fuzzy throw blanket…?
  5. Fish and house guests do stink after three days. Or maybe it’s just the litter box, in which case it’s easier on everyone if you just blame the cat.
  6. Housekeeping is not a DIY project. Shouldn’t we get an expert?
  7. Travel is one of the most wonderful experiences in the world, except for the actual traveling.
  8. The more things change, the more they stay the same.
  9. If all the world’s a stage, then I must always remember I was only cast in a bit part (which is why I created a blog, so I could at least write my own lines).

3 thoughts on “True AND False

  1. I love the wearing sunscreen speech, and unfortunately the line that says, “take care of your knees, you’ll miss them when they’re gone” is all too true. Good post. 🙂


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