Why stop at sixty? Why not one hundred twenty?

Twenty-Five Seven ?   Good news — another hour has just been added to every 24-hour day (don’t ask us how. We have powers). How do you use those extra sixty minutes?http://dailypost.wordpress.com/dp_prompt/twenty-five-seven/


Sixty minutes, huh? Well, b’jasus, why stop there? Why not one-twenty – then I could really get stuff done…

Two Bodhran practice session, half an hour each. I just bought one, and have, at You Tube, subscribed to every set of Bodhran lessons there are. Determined to be able to drum it up on St Paddy’s Day.

Then there’s the Tin Whistle – bought that too, a while back. Again, subscribed to every set of Tin Whistle teachers on You Tube. What holds me back is – I cannot for th’ loif of me read the music. And having had to learn the recorder at primary skoowel doesn’t help at all, at all. Now play a tune for me, give me a day or two, and I’ll have it down pat.

(No, I didn’t say ‘I’ll have it down, Pat’!)

So dere’s anudder t’irty minutes left? Dat’s easy.
Guinness Yoga. Ye meditate for as long as it takes for th’ chill to leave th’ pint glass or th’ head to go, whichever’s first. Then meditate peaceful-like between each sup, until yer own head goes, if yez know what I mean.


6 thoughts on “Why stop at sixty? Why not one hundred twenty?

    1. I choose not to provide contact details, sorry. You can subscribe to email updates when new posts are added, or you are able to, as you know, make a thoughtful comment on any post.

      I am dubious that “this topic is dear to your heart” – such comments are the reason I remain private. Thanks for visiting.

    1. I don’t often include pictures in my posts.
      If I have – and I did not for this post – then If they don’t load it means the web-stored pic has been taken down. Can you be specific about which picture in which post isn’t loading?
      Yeh, thought not

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