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The Sweet Taste of a Loving Spoon Full

Published on 4/26/2014
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 I hope your day has been the kind of day I just had. Today was a warm sunny

day, with a nice breeze. It wasn't too hot, and the wife and I worked on projects

for the coming summer. First of all, we dug up a little dirt for her revamped flower

garden. Next, we dug some more dirt for the soon-to-be "tire mountain" for the

grand kids. (Since digging tends to become a chore, we did not get this task

completed.) However, we did still have yard to mow.

     My point I want to stress here is that we didn't try to rush or hurry any of this.

We took breaks when we wanted, and enjoyed just spending time with each other.

Isn't that what's important in life? Taking time to be together, planning, dreaming.

When we first got married, we expected to spend lots of time together. Yet, with

growing kids, stress about work, trying to support a family, and living life, that can

get blurred. Now, 30+ years later, we are getting the chance to spend more quality

time with each other. And I'm loving it!

       And now... You're saying all of this is fine and dandy, but the title doesn't

make sense. True, it doesn't make sense...yet. Let me continue: "What a day for a

daydream, what a day for a daydreaming boy. Now I'm lost in a daydream..."

For those not familiar with  the words, they come from a song the Loving Spoonful had

many years ago. To hear it, click here
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