Sunday, September 26, 2010

Didn't See It Coming...

Sometimes it just sneaks up on you, doesn't it? You don't even see it coming. Suddenly and without warning, you're surrounded by the best friends you've ever known. You're waking up in the mornings just "dying" to get into the day. There's a lightness in your step and a gleam in your eye. Your thinking is new, your laughter frequent, and you're drawn to tears whenever you hear happy tales. You're on a roll, so it's not like you're thinking about it, but if you were to think about it, you wouldn't know what's gotten into you, nor would you recall just when. You'd only shake your head whenever you thought of how quickly everything can change...

Just something to remember the next time you don't see something coming

What? This is not your life? Then you need to change...



  1. Love the positive words Bill. Keep it coming and thanks for your help!

    Anne-Marie Smith

  2. Such an awesome post. Definitely does sneak up on you and isn't it great when you do realize the great changes that have happened!

    Someone asked me the other day how many hours I work per week. We were sitting together at a Wild Wing, having a drink and chatting about bizz. When he asked me that question, I really had to think it over... and I said to him... "I dont even feel like I'm working - but technically THIS is me working... right now!" , so I told him my answer, based on how often I get together with friends and colleagues.

    I guess you could consider that work!! :)

    Doesn't feel like it when you're surrounded by amazing like minded people.

    Hope you guys are having fun "at work!"

    All the best,

    Michellio ~

  3. Hey Anne-Marie,
    Thank you for stopping by and leaving a comment. I appreciate the kind words...

    I was there when Sydney asked you that...I think it caught you by surprise, but, your answer caught me by surprise.
    You're absolutely right, how many people out there put time in at their j.o.b. but never really love what they are doing?
    It's great to be able to pick and choose who we work with...