That Special Place
Need Not Be So Unusual
Despite the definition of commonplace as ordinary or trite, I would like to attach an addendum to an interpretation that is beyond "common" in my opinion.
Consider this part two or a continuation of a post I published the other day yet it's really a result of work that has transpired over the past few years.
While I no longer share market reports and updates on property listings, I do believe there is a certain relevance for the various thoughts I attempt to express.
I understand that there are those who will not "get" a or any message I try to communicate but quite frankly, I think of ActiveRain as a bit of an ongoing journal of sorts for me these days. This is a stark contrast to many of my earliest posts which were geared towards the real estate public.
Life has a way of changing. I continue to be amazed by anyone who has read and even more amazed by comments received so let me again say thanks for those who do so and/or follow me. I likely don't say it enough but I do appreciate it.
That last post prior to this one dealt with walking amidst a ponder or two. Rather ordinary. Maybe even predictable.
Kinda like walking itself. You were likely too young to articulate thoughts then but I imagine those days included some hesitation, a bit of anticipation along with moments of exhilaration. Today as I occasionally wobble, weave as well as stumble in gait or speech, there are moments of achievement that are important but likely unnoticed by most,
I am well-aware that everyone has something they face on a regular basis but an email last week announced that this Thursday, October 29 is World Stroke Day.
I definitely don't concentrate on it but there are obvious daily reminders but life goes on. Back to commonplace, I like this quote:
When the new becomes commonplace,
people become accustomed to it.
That's a tribute to our sense of adventure. John Glenn
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