impqueen 55F
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12/31/2005 4:59 am

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2/20/2013 7:08 pm


I just got done reading some other peoples blogs. I guess it just goes to show you I march to my own drummer. Here I am rambling about my sexual activities and they are just putting down random thoughts. Awesome thoughts, but I hear that drumming and I just have to follow it down a different path.

I didn't know what to write in my blog. Maybe I was looking for a place to write my memories so that I don't forget them. Maybe I was just looking for a place to put my drummer so that others could hear him and follow him too.

I do know this, I resolved sometime earlier this year- {I never wait to the new year to make resolutions, I make them as soon as I think of them-} I resolved to live life as if today was my last day. I didn't want to be that 80 yr old whose mind was as fresh as a child's but whose body had failed her and she was sitting in a Depends just waiting for the nurse to wipe her behind and give her another feeding. I didn't want to have any regrets, well at least regrets for not having tried something. I am sure there will be regrets for having done something but that is a whole other issue. Life is too short to not live it. I guess it comes from having "cheated" death twice. (I have been told by doctors I should have died back in 1990 when my liver swelled up to 3x's its normal size. but here I am kicking and screaming)Oh the other time? When I overturned the van at a speed of 60 mph. They said if I had been a few feet either way I would not have walked away. I landed between two trees. So you see I have been given a second and third chance to live.

I read the other day about a guy here in Maine who fell out of his tree stand while hunting. Paralyzed him. I bet that was the furthest thing from his mind that morning when he woke up. Who knows maybe there were a few things he may have put off that he will no longer be able to do now because of his accident. I don't want that to be me. I watched the other day the Daytona race that claimed Dale Earnhardt's life. I watched in awe as this man was so full of life and had no notion a few hours later he would have a freak accident and wham no longer be here. I don't want that either.

I know there are responsibilities I have to perform. Examples to set, kids to feed, "damn" bills to pay, work to go to,house repairs and the normal things of life. But I want to try to live and enjoy and share those experiences with others. There may be no more chances- the next virus {not that many people have died from a common cold but it could happen} I catch or accident I have my be my last.

I have been told there is a spot in hell for me. I just smile- I know I will be in good company.

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