Clump #164: Clear away pile number 23, life insurance paperwork.
Some wives present dessert after dinner; this evening I served my husband a clump of life insurance paperwork. Lucky guy! Below, left: recycle; right: recycle and shred. A smaller pile, filed.
Even if the grass, plants, and trees are not green yet, stores are pushing the color like Christmas decorations in October. Both silly:
Who am I to resist? The pigment therapy color for today is great, glorious green!
A trio of photos of green growing things forming passageways …
through which a few people I love walked …
we’re moving toward the green!
I heard a familiar song on the radio yesterday, The Eagles’ “Already Gone.” These lyrics suddenly jumped out at me:
So often times it happens that we live our lives in chains
And we never even know we have the key
I made a connection to our self-inflicted paper jam. The reality of finally setting ourselves free has not fully sunken in. We’ve had the keys all along. But, soon..
I will sing this victory song
Woo-hoo-hoo, my, my woo-hoo-hoo
I often listen to WXPN, 88.5 FM. For any music lovers out there, the station has been offering a free download a day “To get you through the cruelest month of February … twenty stellar studio session performances.” Tomorrow, Monday, February 24 — one day only — all twenty will be available to download. They will disappear at midnight on February 28 … just like my paper piles!