What I like about being busy
is how boredom gets obliterated.
Who has time for yawns when
life is leaping with unbridled opportunity?
Like a helical spring stretching, bouncing
forward. End-over-end momentum until experiences
form and reform into something new.
Monotony kicked on its ass – again.
It’s Six Word Fridays and today’s prompt is spring! I have a lot going on this year – personally and professionally. And instead of fearing failure, I’m embracing opportunity.
Leaping, hopping, skipping right into it. If I scrape my knees along the way – well now, that’s a life lived.
Now tell me, what goals and dreams are you springing towards?
To read more spring’ish inspirations, visit Melissa’s blog.
* Image source via sandboxthreads.com
7 Responses to “Six Word Fridays: spring”
Your Slinky brings back memories. A great analogy.
Embracing opportunity: so much better than fearing failure. (I say, as though I do not routinely choose option B…) 😉
Brook @ To Be Dancing
I agree with Melissa. I choose too often option b.
good luck with option a! 🙂
I have fond memories of sitting on a staircase playing with a Slinky when I was young. Thanks for selecting that illustration.
I love this line “End-over-end momentum until experiences
form and reform into something new”
Here’s to newness!
Love the mix of poetic and everyday language in your post today.
Yes, the yawns do surprisingly disappear.