Let’s Play The Game…

How was your day? Or how is your day unfolding? I suppose well and good. Or is it bad? Whatever it is, take it easy with yourself. Don’t be too hard on the day and don’t be too hard on yourself.

Try to think less of the unpleasant stuffs you have experienced today. Focus on the good sides. If the day has been promising and progressing as you anticipated, smile and be happy for it. 

It’s okay to feel ecstatic when plans are working out.

Challenging moments don’t last forever and so does beautiful moments. It is all in the fleeting nature of life.

Having said that, we feel differently every time. How do you feel this moment.

If I should come face to face with you now, what will I find out from your mood?

Let’s take a virtual peek at our feelings / mood. Kindly join me to make it all fun. 

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Thank you for spending some time with me here. I very well appreciate it.

Peace and Love!

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82 thoughts on “Let’s Play The Game…

    • You crack me up, Suzanne! I can imagine the enormous work you need to put into writing a book. Stressful is the word, lol. I don’t envy you… but in time you will enjoy the rewards. But, know when to take a break and relax a bit. All the best with the writing. 🙂

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  1. Will respond to your comments when I wake up. Now, it’s time to hit the bed. Thank you to everyone who has been so kind and supportive to spend some moments with me on this post. Love you all. 🙂

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  2. Could I ask you something? The next Friday Fiction challenge prompt is, Concert. Now, I made a living as a rock journalist for many years and travelled all over the world doing interviews and attending concerts for various international magazines. So, I thought I’d dig up one of my old articles and reproduce it in my blog. I’ve narrowed it down to two: U2 in Boston and New York, 1992, start of Zoo TV tour or Shane MacGowan and The Popes in the Olympia Theatre in Dublin, his first concert after leaving The Pogues. Which one would you like to read?

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