Zen On Dirt


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The proverbial ‘they’ say that it takes 40 days to create a habit.  It takes me exactly one day to break a good habit, like flossing, and many days to break bad ones, like heading straight to the peanut butter jar in times of desperation.

But if the past two months have taught me anything, it’s that there are certain habits that I don’t want to break because once gone, it takes far too much work to get them back.  In this case, remembering how to do high school math.  Practice makes perfect.  If you don’t use it, you lose it.  I don’t want to lose writing.  I don’t want to lose the ability to go back through pictures and remember good times, silly times, bad times, pretty times, and magical times.


So here we go again.  Back on the horse.  Back in to the bloggie world.  Time to get the good times rolling.


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