Introducing a Friday Feature For Fun: “Weekends, Wisdoms and Wonders.”

Friday, May 15, 2015

Weekends offer up all sorts of opportunities: to fall in love; to fall on your face to get a laugh as a saving grace. You can walk a sandy beach; ride the crest of a wave – ride a wave of goodwill; climb higher this time up that hill.

You can snuggle up, curl up, and make up once you come to your senses. Why not take a chance and ask someone to dance; swirl around and prance – there’s all kinds of wonderful ways to mend broken fences.

You can fly by night, fly into the night, fly overnight; you can go fly a kite – take in the miracle of a new sight.  Did you ever think you could shine so bright once you conquered your fright?  This might be a perfect thing for you: to take a walk on a weekend’s day; treat your Mom or Dad to lunch by the Bay.

Are you ready for this: make some whoopee, make some merriment – tell someone special of your deepest sentiment; or your intent to create a haven of content.  My goodness!  The wonders a weekend allows you to live – of dreams to give.

You have 48-hours to mingle, jingle, tingle; you can shake, rattle and roll, let happiness of body and mind take its toll.  Enough of this wrapping your arms around yourself, tucked away in a room of gloom; trust me – you are someone special, you need to make hearts swoon – and soon.

You need to be living for the weekend, this weekend.  You need to laugh and play in some way each day. Kick up your heels. Take a stroll in the park, do something different on a lark. Be beautiful, I tell you; be brave. But above all, people, make sure your heart sings and raves. This let’s your greatness shine through, and come weekend’s end – you’ll be full-up with pleasure from all you found to do.

“Do not go where the path may lead; go instead where there is no path and leave a trail” —–Ralph Waldo Emerson, American Poet, Lecturer, Essayist.

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3 thoughts on “Introducing a Friday Feature For Fun: “Weekends, Wisdoms and Wonders.”

  1. Ritu

    This is lovely, and so true!!! So many people keep the weight of the week in their shoulders through the weekend, but we really should let go… I’ll be reminding myself of this, or you can remind me, once I start the new job, and am planning for classes in spare moments on weekends!!


  2. sutlive2

    Dear Ad Dawg,
    I like the way your post rhymes. It is great to be outside and to live.
    I will try to keep that in mind on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays.
    P.S. Do prefer to go by Ad Dawg or by Adman4u?
    Thank you,
    Sam Sutlive.



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