Saying Goodbye (vs See You Later)
Posted by MSW on Jan 23, 2011 in Blog, Random Thoughts & Observations | 4 comments
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03/04/2012 8:39 pm
Thanks for sharing your 40g with me at that horrible movie. Are you still controling that urge?
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19/03/2012 11:16 am
Great videos Michael. Good luck with the T.V. show
08/03/2012 6:16 pm
I am sorry but this is stalking/weird……though if i was single…..? ( have posted to my facebook – thanks !)
08/03/2012 6:07 pm
OMG – I gave up sugar mid Feb – as I just Knew it was taking too big a part of my “pick me up – and energise me” routine. I found it tough especially straight espresso …and no more sprites/italina soft drinks etc …….but have plateaued. Keen to see how you go – whether I will invite the white stuff back into my life – albeit in a far smaller role ? n xx
08/03/2012 5:24 pm
A fresh look at lunchtime Michael. Like you said, for most it’s about food. You describe lunchtime as an opportunity for open eye exploration…much better than a mac and cheese at mickey dees!
In a way, I am glad for you to have that experience. It will make you even more aware of the impact you have on others when you say goodbye.
I think I still get to say, see you later..even if the span of time is long..
Nice! and yes: See you later!! Cool site and blog. Hasta la vista!
Absolutely Tom! “See you later” knows no bounds of time BUT it is a firm commitment and quiet knowledge that one you will meet again even if you’re not sure when exactly that will be.
As for me leaving others, I’ve long felt the guilt associated with being the breeze that blows in and out of my friend’s lives. I’m always been grateful that they’ve accepted my rollercoaster of a lifestyle and let me come and go with equal enthusiasm each time. I’ve always been grateful of having safe and welcoming ‘ports in the storm’.