Tired is not the word

Beautiful post, and I’ve been too “tired” to blog, so I’m sharing this instead. (And also trying out this “reblog” thinger).

edifiedlistener

Old park bench in wooded area surrounded by and partially covered by fallen leaves.
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Tired is not the word you use when you really mean weary when you really mean tapped out when you really mean that you just don't have the words or the patience or the foresight or the wherewithal. Tired is not the word you use. When they ask how it's going you say that it is, going which is true because in fact there is no stop, no pause, no break in the action, it's going as you said, there are no lies, it's going and hardly matters how just that it's going and we see that's going and we ask how it's going as a courtesy not an investigation. It keeps going and I keep saying so. Tired is not a word you use when you really mean overextended when you really mean depleted when you really mean imbalanced when you really mean…

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