Think of it this way: In March or April, when it might be a bit too chilly to wear your bathing suit, you find a spot in the dunes that creates a natural bowl that the wind passes over. That's where you lie down, take your shirt off and feel the sun again.
Oh dear. What have I just told you about horizons?However, you remind me of my best friend who used to call his thinking spot "my special place".
Hey. . .how did you know I have such a spot I go to. . . ?! LOLAll great minds work in the same direction? hmmm
Gary. . . "see the beauty and not the flaw". . .LOL
OK. . .check the horizon now. . .;-)
There's no point in getting older if you're not gonna become more picky. It's an essential component of the grumpy image.
Y'know, I don't have a "sit and think" spot. I don't think I'm a stationary thinker --- if there is such a thing.When I sit and gaze out at the water it's more of an inner peace/calmness thing...
What ya think I do 'there'? Same thing as you. . .Peacin'-out, calming down, chillin' out, quiet time, my inner-soul time, God time. . .all the same.I suspect you are doing it. If not, you really should. . . what I just wrote there to describe. . .is really a good answer to an earlier few weeks back question "How do I build. . . 'it'...?" LOL Remember?
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