Hello out there
I should be writing posts but I just don't feel like it. I feel like writing for me. I am feeling like the small end of the telescope...the lens that doesn't look outward. Or remember when your television screen would grow smaller until a small black dot was the only part of the picture left before it went out completely? Like that. Turning inward, smaller and smaller. Thus, my title, micro merely me. When I decide to set my sights to grow larger...then "macro" would be more appropriate.
God knows what I am talking about! LOL
You ever write things and it makes total sense to you but then you realize that probably nobody else will make sense of your muddled words?
Halloween is coming. I love Halloween. It is a close second to Christmas for me. And some years...I may like it more. There is no guilt on Halloween. No in-laws. No pressured gift giving. Just candy. And costumes. Scary movies. And the great pumpkin. There should be more halloween songs. Christmas gets all the good songs.
I know I don't even have to say this but why are the christmas displays out in September? Poor Thanksgiving gets no respect at all. Just another dinner along the way to the big event.
Back to Halloween. My favorite candy...Reese's peanut butter cups, hershey's bars with almonds, and most other chocolate too. Except for Clark bars. I really don't like those. Candy you don't see much of anymore...remember chocolite bars? I don't think they make them anymore. How about black cows? Or my favorite...wacky wafers with the hard gum. On reeses peanut butter cups...they cannot be too melty or too cold. But a little melty is just right.
What does this have to do with depression? Well not much really. But I know I sure would be depressed in a world without chocolate or chocolate giving and receiving holidays. There is always something to look forward to even if it is a candy bar or some silly holiday. Life is a series of these small and seemingly inconsequential moments. It is good to savor them.
Thank you for taking this little break with me. Now go enjoy something good.