The header photo, a gorgeous abstract photo of Flinders street in Melbourne Australia, was the perfect photo to start this post off with today...because it is 'me' today.....abstract....and distracted!
Of course you probably already knew that would be the case, seeing that I'm sitting here again this early morning watching the men's final tennis match of the Australian Open! :-) ... Yes! I'm terribly distracted...with TENNIS!! ^_^
Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal are really going at it! It's the beginning of the third set now. Nadal won the first set...7-5...and Novak won the second set...6-4. Djokovic won the first game of this third set already, and Rafa is serving for the second game. He's having a harder time holding his serve though...it's a nail-biter every time! O_O
Please be patient with me. I'll be back to my 'non-score-calling' self tomorrow. :-) I venture to say, though, that given the right subject you could be distracted too! For instance, if you were tootling along doing something, and you saw any one of these (below), would you be distracted?!...
See there!! ^_^ You're distracted right now, aren't you?!!!...Okay, so maybe it's not tennis! But we all have a point where focus is not our strong suit. And for me, in January, with no snow on my Massachusetts backyard lawn, and with nothing but lots of time...and 'in-the-bank' naps...on my hands......it's TENNIS! :-)
Of course I do have a meeting this morning also. Nothing's gonna distract me from making that.....not even my beloved tennis! Even I draw the line somewhere!! LOL
Okay...it's 2-2 in the third set. I have to go and enjoy as much of it as I can before the meeting.....Bye!........Oh Yeah! Have a good day everybody! :-)
I'm terribly distracted.
Watching tennis all the time,
I don't even wanna talk.
And it's a struggle writing rhyme.
And I'm wonderfully distracted.
Doing what I love to do.
Whoop and holler at the T.V.,
while I blog a bit for you.
I'm sorry I'm distracted.
And I hope you will forgive
that my mind can not be wrangled.
All my thoughts are in the sieve.
What I'll try to do tomorrow...
which I clearly can't do now...
is to give my full attention
to those who won't get it now!