How do you get a firm grip on now
And a fixed let-go of then?

How does one [two, or three, or four, or more] pull through the most roller coaster week of ever?

What does it mean when instead of using appropriate grammar to tell the postman at work that there aren't any postcards to send today, you say, "We got none"?

There's a new little tyke in the neighborhood.

And I'm serious about the inquiries.
I await and anticipate your answers.


Hutchington Y. said...

I wish I had any answers to your questions, but I'm not sure anyone does.

Jamie said...

Q, I think these. I wanted to let you await no longer.

#1: Time is ever changing, I don't think that there is yet a way to grip it, unless it is to accept that the moments will never be the same.

#2: One breath at a time.

#3: It means you have lived in Sanpete.

Alison said...

I disagree; I think it is definitely possible to have a grip on now. I think I have one - I can honestly say I love my life RIGHT NOW and, though I also look to the past and future with fondness, I'm happy that it's currently 11:31 pm on April 24, 2012. Granted, I didn't always have a handle on the current. In fact, living in the past really used to be an issue for me. Anyway. I have to cut this comment short to go finish some homework, but while I'm finishing (or maybe tomorrow), I'll try to figure out how I reached this conclusion so I can tell you.

And also, your roller coaster question made me think of this picture my friend posted today. http://a8.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-prn1/529961_3239760507777_1079726778_2882792_1446652162_n.jpg

Every night say, "I can do one more day." And then, when all of the "one more days" are over, you'll have pulled through! That's what I do during especially ridiculous weeks. :)

Alison said...

Oh, and also,

Kiyna said...

ridiculous little tyke.