Tag Archives: Saturday

SEIZE THE SATURDAY

Saturday– a time to seize a gladder day. . . So rub your eyes, and let out groans as well as weary yawns and sighs, and stretch your sleepy head to toes awake, get in your groove. . . And … Continue reading

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SEIZE THE DAY!

Seize the day! Cease the endless, needless chatter. Take charge the helm– like mighty Saturn. And steer the brightest and most fruitful way, to grow your gladdest Saturday.

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FROM CRAZY-MAKING TO THE SIREN CALL OF HEART

When crazy-making sees its heyday, so helpful on any kind of hazy breaking, later baking Saturday, let those intermittent winds sweep you off to the farmers’ market, for there, you know it’s possible to take all your insanity straight to … Continue reading

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A SPRING SATURDAY

A spring Saturday. Here is my chance to S – P – R – I – N – G !!! Either this or that-a-way, and in between, I might just choose to dance or sing! :~)

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EVEN ON A SATURDAY

Love yourself. . . even on a Saturday– just when you’d maybe rather leave that effort on a shelf– Especially since you might just find you’ll actually need a little love, yourself through this day to help, when this present, … Continue reading

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STRUT OUT ON A SATURDAY

Strut out on a Saturday– see whether you can gut, despite the slightly nippy weather, the mundane doldrums of the workaday. . . tune your ear to different drums, pick up your feet and knees to follow them, till your … Continue reading

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SATURDAY FLY

Saturday. . . a chance to change your array. . . Since Monday through Fri may not have left you very high– and maybe even harbored moments where you really wished to cry– but Saturday is your big chance to … Continue reading

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