overconfident

 

like the cat in the hatimages

trying to juggle it all,

surprised when we fall.

 

Linking to CD: Juggler

3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. claudia
    Nov 17, 2014 @ 21:53:47

    yeah – we should be careful and think twice before accepting new tasks… it can easily get too much…

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  2. Jim
    Nov 16, 2014 @ 06:48:41

    We do this a lot, Lynn. Most of us. I never read this little book, our youngest daughter did (wasn’t published in time for the older four kids) and we have it upstairs.

    Our youngest grand-daughter and the daughter mentioned above came with us on a Pacific Princess cruise this summer, from Venice, stopping at ports along the way, over to Istanbul and on into the Black sea. On the Black Sea we visited places in Romania, Bulgaria, and the Ukraine. Then back to Greece, ending in Athens.

    Anyway, KP, our grand-daughter, age four, became enamored with the Juggler/Magician. He gave her special lessons at his shows and came to the kids place activities. One morning we got to eat with him at a table he had chosen. That made KP’s trip for her. She always called him “The Juggler”.

    I am sorry in not returning your visit of November 10 earlier than now. A lot has happened since then and I haven’t posted on my poetry blog since that one. Thank you for coming and I do hope you will return. I may write tomorrow. ??? 🙂
    ..

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    • lynn__
      Nov 16, 2014 @ 12:44:37

      Hi Jim, Thanks for stopping by to read and for sharing your experience with your grand-daughter and “The Juggler”. I appreciate the visit!

      Reply

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