I think, from what I can piece together from the scriptures, and the epiphany advent baptisms, and the homily eucalyptus oils--is--that the day is really awesome. Actual awesome incarnate. But, the juice really starts to flow once you get home--after the Shepards retrace their steps if you will. That's when you start working. That's the change you wish.
Like when you get a book deal, lets suppose, a book deal, with a handsome advance. Wouldn't that be awesome?
Well, then you have to write it. And it should be longer than a page. So, that's a challenge.
Maybe that's a bad example. Maybe that's not it at all. maybe that's all receiving and not a whole lot of giving.
Or maybe it's the greatest of gifts.
Or maybe you really love your friends. And maybe you feel the need to keep them so close, so very close, so close and squeezy you're almost afraid you'll kill em. Just strangle em. Like a whittle teeny tiny bunny.
And it's always easier to see them this time of year, when there's a big ol' spotlight beaming down on their mangy lil' roofs.
And then the routine starts up again, and the salt goes right to the ankles, and you try on jeans at the Gap all by yourself. And you really really want to see your friends looking Rosy and gifty right now. Cause its just so fun. Cause it goes by so fast. Cause we don't have a lot of time.
So, that means you have to call them.
Ya big loon.
They all live in like a three block radius from your lil' slanty lil' pile of hay and life.
Skin & Toast