Posts Tagged ‘wisdom’

As time has passed, the time has gone by. Baby Carter will be here no later than May 1.  Let me tell you what.  I can not wait.  I can wait for the poopy diapers, but I guess there is no logical way around that.  Unless we hire a doody diaper changer.  Do those exist? If so, how much do they cost?

We finally got almost everything somewhat situated and ready.  I procrastinated on some things, though I did not wait to late.  But there are things that needed doing, that I got done, and those things were important.

If any of ya’ll have had a baby, you know that time is a valuable resource which a monetary value can not be pinned.  I have been on a stringent sleep deprivation regimen the past three months in preparation for Baby Carter.  The result of this training has resulted in tiredness that will only be compounded upon with the arrival of the Beardlet.  This method of training, I would not recommend for anyone.

Good ideas become bad ideas when the good is negated by the bad, though the good ideas seemed good until the bad within the good became more prevalent.  See, when a good idea turns bad.  Was it a good idea to begin with? Or, did the implementation of the good idea become bad because the good idea was a bad idea from the beginning? I do not know the answer to the riddle, because no good idea is a bad idea, unless you realize the idea was bad from the start.

Anyone reading this post for the first time probably has no cot damn idea what in the hell is going on right now.  I sure as hell don’t and I am writing this as I sit here.  The great thing about my blog is that I do not pretend to know what I am doing.

I said in the last blog that I planned on blogging at least once a week.  Well, that idea is back in implementation.  I am sure there will be pictures of Baby Carter in future posts.

But the ramblings and my riddles of nonsense, will still be senseless.

Thanks ya’ll


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Wisdom is not a something, but more of a someone who can effectively convey knowledge through visual and verbal directives, that in turn, improve the knowledge of the recipient, producing a wiser wisdom.

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