"We don't stop playing because we grow old; we grow old because we stop playing." ~George Bernard Shaw

"Look at everything as though you were seeing it either for the first or last time." ~Betty Smith, A Tree Grows in Brooklyn

Thursday, November 28, 2013

Could I??????????

My Thoughts.....oh my goodness......
I so appreciate you!

  • Could I live without you?
  • Could I be without my pals ?
  • Could I be without children?
  • Could I be without a cat ?
  • Could I be without wind?
  • Could I be without rain?
  • Could I read?
  • Could I see?
  • Could I taste?
  • Could I laugh?
  • Could I cry?
  • Could I breathe....?
  • Without thee.........Could I Be Me..........?
  • Could I do without?
  • Absolutely NOT!

That my friends is the big question...........
and Oh heck this is supposed to be a post about
being thankful with gratitude  and here I am
the usual  narcissistic bore....oie.....sorry.
BUT I love you!!!
Thanks to Laurie Kolp for this weeks Poetry Jam!
Click on this link to participate or just to enjoy!


Sandee said...

Awww, and this would fit for Steve's Feline Friday too.

Have a fabulous day honey. Big hugs to you and scritches to the baby. ♥♥♥

Peggy said...

Wonderful musing on being grateful. And I love the cat photo!

Helen said...

Could I? ~~~ great response to a challenging prompt! (I ate too much yesterday.)

messymimi said...

It's a blessing to know you!

Mary said...

As your poem shows, there is so much we would have trouble being without. Sometimes we take these things for granted, when we really should not. Your poem resonated with me this day after Thanksgiving.

Stephen Hayes said...

I think it would be wonderful to have a poem like this written about you. Just wonderful.

Brian Miller said...

smiles...there are some people that just make life all the better....and i would not want to live without them either...

Robyn Greenhouse said...

I like how you turned your list into questions!

Gabriella said...

I enjoyed your list Kathe! I guess we do not always realize there are so many things we should be thankful for.

Laurie Kolp said...

What a wonderful way to approach gratitude!

Cheryl said...

After two weeks of being away from the Internet, it just happened to be that your post was the first one I read. What a great list of things to be grateful for. (I am now realizing how grateful I am for WIFI availability in the U.S.A...it's hit and miss in Europe.)
I have missed reading blogs daily. There are a lot of things that I could live without but life is better with them in it.