Picking Your Pieces

 

 

Picking Your Pieces


Invest in possibilities and bifurcate your worries.

Soon enough these balmy days will change to winter’s flurries.
But why let future problems intercede today?
Best enjoy the present and put future woes away.

Being in a smaller pond makes you a bigger fish,
so whatever your situation, exercise your swish
and live your life with flair and joy. Wring all the zest from life.
It does no good to drown yourself in thoughts of gloom and strife.

 

 

Sometimes I find that in this life I get what I expect,
so when life hands you troubles, why don’t you just object
and turn those woes to prospects and insist on being chipper?
Why choose to be a pessimist when optimism’s hipper?

You might call me a dreamer, but that’s okay with me.

Why be imprisoned by your doubts when you could be free?
Life needn’t be a puzzle. It can be a quest.
Pick out the parts that you prefer and throw away the rest.

 

 

 

 

fish, bifurcate, invest and object.

5 thoughts on “Picking Your Pieces

    1. lifelessons Post author

      My sister and brother-in-law and I do one every time I visit and if their friend Fred is around, he always gets fixated and cannot rest until we complete it. We’d fooled around with this one for a week and he completed it in one 4 hour session. He is addicted.

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        1. lifelessons Post author

          When I do puzzles. I do it according to the photos, collecting pieces by color, but Fred goes entirely by the shape! Interesting, the difference between the artist and the engineer.

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