Slice of Life: Every Day's a Saturday 13 of 31

slow sips of coffee.
sun rising,
pink with promise.
time infinite,
and full of possiblility.

a turn of the newspaper,
some time for a book;
pick up the pen,
open the journal
and jot.

what will the day bring?
clear calendar.
productivity now a choice,
yet such potential
endless possibility,

beginning today:
schedules not required,
scenery may change,
prospects abound.
Every day's a Saturday.


It's March and I'm diving back into the March Slice of Life Challenge!  Buckle in!  This will be my 8th year joining the community (though I must confess to a two year break).  Yep, some of the writing will be messy.  Honestly, most of it will be messy.  Thanks for stopping by.  I'm excited to dive back into the madness.  Thanks to Two Writing Teachers for hosting.  



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  1. I love that thought that everyday is a Saturday! Great connections and prose to prove it!

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  2. Such a sense of peace and possibility! I want to hear more about your decision to retire. I need to be thinking about it, but am so uncertain!

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    1. Carol, it wasn't an easy decision at all, however, I think it was the right one. Everything just seemed to be pointing to the same conclusion. Time will tell...

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  3. Nicely done. I don't need everyday to be a Saturday, but a few more would be nice!

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  4. Wandering around instead of writing at 3 am. Congrats on retirement and the new look on your blog.

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