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9 thoughts on “Just Jazzy 135”
Absolutely excellent advice.
Jazzy hits the nail on the head sometimes. Depending on how much wine she’s consumed. 🙂
As said, good advice..and food for thought
Compared to some, our lives could be considered one big long holiday….
To be fair I look at my life as one big happy holiday. I worked for years. Not being able to work aged 22 killed my and hurt Dawn and I in the pocket. But as we got into our 30’s we got clever with money..
Well said..Respect for that ! x
Jazzy, good advice, as far as it goes. I haven’t been on a holiday for quite some time, It’s not that I’m worried about not getting back to where I was, I just like it where I am. To loosely translate, I am a stick in the mud. Still, I’m wondering if sometimes people (more adventurous than I am) go on holidays not so much because they want to escape, but because (and I reiterate – not me) they want to push out of their comfort zone and see new things. What do you think about that Jazzy?
PS. I just love your colourful companions.
I suppose this was meant for the “I need a holiday” lamenters who can’t wait to get away from it all. And yeah, why would anyone want to leave a great comfort zone?? lol Guess I’m not an adventure seeker either.
Truer words were never spoken. After years of traveling I reached the point where I felt like the guy in the film “Up in the Air” and now that I am on the ground, I love it. Dianne
There’s a lot of vacation-y things we can do from the comfort of our own homes. “Relax” comes to mind.