This sign gave me a good giggle 🙂
I think I’ve perfected the art of ‘looking’ busy but not so the art of actually achieving as many results as I’d like 😦
My ‘to do’ list is long, very long . . . today will be a busy day!
Don’t let the sun set…
I always remember George Burns as ‘God’ in ‘Oh God!’
and that great line ‘You talk, I’ll listen’.
I’d welcome a knock on the door today, I’d invite him in for a cuppa and a chat and, hopefully, he’d give me a bit of a pep talk 🙂
I loved George Burns as God–are we sure he wasn’t?
Oh, he was!! And, I think still is . . . I love the idea of him sitting somewhere up there puffing on his cigar and listening to my frequent rants 🙂
My “to do” list is always super full. And I tend to look back on it each day and feel dismayed by how little I accomplished. *sigh* 😀
I did a workshop once where we were advised to make our ‘to do’ lists achiveable so we didn’t get discouraged. Great theory but I fail miserably and the long list remaining always spoils the things I did do 😦
And . . . I keep on making those lists 🙂
Love it! :-))
I haven’t had to look busy lately, I have been. Unfortunately though, not with writing. 😦 Too many other things to get don.
Me, too 😦 Somedays I feel like I’ve got as many arms as an octopus and there’s someone/something pulling on each one! The last two weeks have been especially full on. Hope things ease up a little for both of us soon, even just a little 🙂
Perfect for an early Sunday morning giggle here in Chicago, Lancer!
Yet, we must all remember the words of “The Music Man” song “Trouble”: “Idle hands are the devil’s playground!”
Found the DVD yesterday at the library, and will be watching it tonight…flim-flam man, small town, music–all great elements of fun viewing!
‘The Music Man’ is one of my favourite films and Shirley Jones has always been a favourite actress. It doesn’t matter how many times I watch ‘Carousel’, I always cry!
I hope you enjoyed the DVD – I’m humming here ’76 trombones…’
Oh, it was wonderful to see it again, Lancer! I so enjoyed Robert Preston and Shirley Jones…and didn’t realize the film was released in 1961–52 years ago!!!
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