What to do when you’re caught in a loop



I’ve been posting on Facebook for many years. Recently, I started to look back at some of these posts. I decided to pull some of them down and use them as blogs. This may not get me very many likes, but it solves the writer’s block syndrome, temporarily anyway.

From February 26, 2014:

Since I’ve been retired, I’ve been noticing a lot more things, just things. One thing is obvious, many of us are caught in a loop, like the movie “Ground Hog Day.” If you find yourself wondering why each day is just like the one before, stop for a moment and ask yourself this question: Why don’t I change it? If each day presents you with the same old basket of lemons, a bucket of water and a few cups of sugar, don’t just look at them as normal, mix them up and make some lemon aide. While you’re at it, look around, God might have even blessed you with a few cherries, allowing you to make some cherry lemon aide. (Sorry for the five and dime philosophical gibberish, but Facebook keeps asking what’s on my mind.) God bless you all…



I’m old and blessed…hope you will be too.

3 thoughts on “What to do when you’re caught in a loop

    • oldandblessed March 26, 2020 / 3:44 am

      I’m sorry, but I only speak English. I’m assuming this comment is positive in nature. If so, thanks.


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