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Change is in the Wind

By C.L. Beck










Twenty years ago, I wasn't gray. And I weighed a lot less. Didn't have wrinkles, either.

Philosophers say the only constant in life is change. I say the guys who said that should try living with non-existent hormones for a while and see what they think of that!

Oh, okay, so non-existent hormones have nothing to do with philosophers, but it does have something to do with change, right? (All you ladies out there who are low on estrogen and have a gun, nod your head and say, "Yes!")

In case you haven't noticed, my blog hasn't had much new on it lately. I keep wanting to change that issue, but apparently wishing that posts would appear magically on their own is not making it happen.

I don't know why not.

At any rate, I've decided not to restrict my blog to just humor anymore, in hopes of opening it up a little. Instead, I'll be writing about whatever catches my fancy. Which doesn't exactly make it a niche that will bring in money.

But, hey, maybe a long lost relative will leave me millions in his/her will. You just never know what's going to happen when change is in the wind.

(What about you? Have you made any big changes lately?)

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2 comments:

Slamdunk said...

Hehe, always good to see you writing…

Nothing new here--still just surviving the winter and running kids from here to there.

Susan Garten said...

My blog has fallen into the "lost" category also. I haven't written a post since last autumn?! And although I have thought to do a new post many times since then, it still hasn't happened. I guess after 5 years or so of blog writing, I've finally lost my enthusiasm for the endeavor. I also think I feel less inclined to share my life with the outside world. I'm becoming more private as I age. Hermitdom seems to be my current theme, and I'm pretty happy with that state. :-)