Tag Archive | friendship

Morgan Freeman – Please stand for office, somewhere, somehow

In addition to any of my own original posts that I may write, most days I browse through some YouTube videos and, as I’ve mentioned before, I’ll pick on some to share with you, my dear readers. Sometimes I go through a second selection process if I’ve built up a backlog of open tabs awaiting sharing on here.

Then, occasionally, one comes along that I feel deserves immediate sharing because it sends a message; either about how I feel in that moment or because I sense that it has an important part to play in our lives at the present time.

A number of my preselected videos over time have featured Morgan Freeman’s views, but none have condensed the man’s approach to the lives we live more than this short clip.

I SO wish this man were in the White House rather than the present incumbent. Or, maybe, U. N. Secretary General?

Certainly his voice needs to be heard, and heard loud …

Sun cream and hats

sun hat at beachI’ve never been the best at keeping in touch with people. That’s true. It’s not due to a lack of caring about people; I think about so many people so often, but am reticent about “interrupting” their lives again. Maybe I’m just overly shy.

I’m the sort of person who comes into your life, stays a while, then fades away and just brushes past you from time to time. And that’s true not only of people from my past but people from the here and now too.

I’ve realised this enforced isolation and separation from normal life is taking its toll, and it’s showing that by the fact that I’m avoiding making contact with people who I would, under normal circumstances, be communicating with or seeing regularly. Continue reading

Covid-19 Isolation: Hang on in there #11

I hope you have enjoyed this series of tracks which were intended to remind you of your friends and loved ones who you maybe cannot be with because of the restrictions during the current pandemic, and to let you know that you are not alone in wanting to be with people who are important to you and that you miss so much.

I’d like to round off a full dozen postings with one of your choices, so leave a comment below if there’s a song that you feel follows this theme and I’ll pick one of them for tomorrow’s last post in the series.

Stay safe, and know that love and understaning will win through.

Tish