Saturday Morning

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It’s a season when one gets spread out almost too thin in too many human directions, but come January first I am determined to batten myself down, tighten up, go inward. I feel the day must be marked by a change of rhythm, by some quiet act of self-determination and self-assertion. Everyone earns such a day after the outpourings of Christmas. We are overextended. Time to pull in the boundaries and lift the drawbridge.

~ May Sarton, The House by the Sea: A Journal

 


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Comments

  1. all I can say… ‘Indeed’ 🙂
    wishing you a lovely and magical, Christmas

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  2. Yes…and enjoy..

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  3. Merry Christmas, pal. Hope you and Susan and the family have a fabulous holiday (must confess I am gleefully anticipating the DK Holiday dinner post that usually ensues…) and are able to partake of the pause that refreshes….

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  4. We long for the simple life of “enough.” Looking forward to that myself.
    Merry Christmas to you and yours, David 🎄

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  5. Reblogged this on It Is What It Is and commented:
    ‘Time to pull in the boundaries and lift the drawbridge.’ … and be prepared for what’s coming!

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  6. and i will install a moat with alligators and floating candles.

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  7. I wish you and your family a wonderful Christmas! Thanks for all the great reads this year, David.

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  8. Such a great message. Thanks for always finding these and sharing them here. Merry Christmas, DK. Enjoy ! 🎄

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  9. Love this message! I am keeping boundaries and drawbridges in place. The overeating is not to easy to overcome tho 😉 Merry Christmas David!

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