Today, Ms. Ande Bliss, a new blogger on Open Saloon (have mercy on her), posted I Could Have in which she discusses roads not taken. She ends her post with the question: "Do you ever think about your own turning point?"
Which got me to thinking, and that is a dangerous thing. So instead of answering her question in her comments section, I decided to make a post out of it. Don't ask, because I can't tell you.
Do you ever think about your own turning point?
Short Answer: Yes! often times (like right now). Thank you for asking.
I should have zigged instead of zagged.
I should have flimed instead of flamed.
I should have could have instead of would have.
I should have ying instead of yang.
I should have rocked instead of rolled.
I should have bobbed instead of weaved.
I should have hustled instead of bustled.
I should have crissed instead of crossed.
I should have fished instead of cut bait.
I should have hipped instead of hopped.
I should have rythm instead of blues.
I should have dillied instead of dallied.
I should have dived instead of shucked.
I should have leaned to instead of fro(ed).
Well, that about covers it.
"When you come to a fork in the road, pick it up." - Yogi Bera