Friday, December 11, 2015


nothing's ever going to be perfect.  it's healthier for you to let go of the idea of "perfection."  maybe disney's version of mary poppins had it right with being "practically perfect."

being "practically perfect" allows you to be more creative, and sweeten the dullness of housecleaning.  being "practically perfect" allows you to deviate from a well worn path, and ride a carousel horse in your own private chalkboard world.

being "practically perfect" allows you to be sad when the wind changes..... and, for one brief moment, mourn what could have been..... you float with the clouds to your next destination......

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