It is uncanny how you can capture a feeling with so few words.
Got to watch those familiar strangers you meet on the Internet!I met a bunch of bloggers at Blogstock '08 950 miles from home. It was great, I had only known one of our group before the Blogstock. There may be a '10 version...
Considering all the people we know on the internet, it is uncanny that they remain unmet. Love this one Debra.
I'm wondering how you are feeling? I am just back from California - just catching up!
I'm mending. The real worry and fear of losing power when I can't walk was a huge weight for a couple of days. Once that danger had passed, I was able to focus on healing myself and am making progress. Today was the first day in a long time that hasn't absolutely sucked butt-and it has had it's moments and I've had to go lie down. Apparently I've turned a corner and can see that indeed I will get better.My toilet is backed up and the dog room has sprung a leak-that's all the new trauma for today. I'm not using crutches at all, though I'm still wobbly and I can't really sit down-I have to lie down and be propped up with legs hip in the air AND lungs up high too-I look like a pretzel.I'll be in the house for a few more days-there is a solid sheet of ice under the snow and I can't sustain any more impact-the body parts that aren't already sore for the first one are sore from doing the work of the ones who can't-my whole body is kind of grumbly.
Oh, and the finger I broke in last ice storm hurts like a mofo....LOL.
Nice haiku... what a wonderful little form, eh?
You're becoming a haiku queen.I love how your mind works.I hope the body catches up with the mind soon. Oweeeee.Open your mail when you get it. It just might make you smile. Even just a little ;)
uncanny, yes. we know already!i'm glad you're feeling better. sorry no chicken soup could be delivered by me to you♥
Excelent haiku one of my favourites so far jing and jang in perfect balance here.
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