Tuesday, April 8, 2014

G Is For...


G is for…


Growth
“If growing up means it would be beneath my dignity to climb a tree, I'll never grow up, never grow up, never grow up! Not me!”― J.M. Barrie

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26 comments:

  1. Not usually a fan of Peter Pan (or Tinkerbelle) but I am with J.M Barrie about never growing up - and I think it is waaaay too late now anyway. How sad, never mind.

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    1. We can always be young in our head, EC. :)

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  2. Hi human, River,

    My human thinks it would be fun to be Peter "Pun!"

    And of course, my deluded human reckons "G" is for "Gary." :)

    Penny, the pawsitive host of the Alphabark Challenge, 2014!

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  3. If it means I can't play computer games anymore, I'm not growing up either.

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    1. It would, Alex, so don't grow up. Keep playing. :)

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  4. Growth.....I had always hoped for it in the literal sense. I stopped growing in 6th grade and my friends soared past me.

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    1. LOL! I can't relate to that, JoJo. I'm 5'10". :)

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  5. I'm going to have this Peter Pan song in my head all day. Kind of mad at you now LOL. ;)
    This white kitty looks like she is the queen of all she surveys. What a beauty.

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    1. She's a beauty of a cat, Julie. Sorry about the earworm... ;)

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  6. I may grow older, but I've always seen growing up as optional. :)

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    1. Exactly, Lynda. Growing up is overrated. :)

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  7. My children still climb trees-maybe next time I'll join them. :)

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    1. I'd like to, Melanie. I think my body would be uncooperative though. :)

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  8. I still climb trees. I usually have a goal in mind when I do (apples, peaches), but I love the thrill of being among the leaves, bird level.

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    1. Really, Lee? I'd have to use a ladder. Or a treehouse! :)

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  9. As long as I can get on the floor and play with Barbies, Match Box cars with my gr-kids, I am okay. That may get difficult when I hit 70, but as for now, my growth still has me at 8 yrs. old.

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    1. That's the spirit, Susan! I have to crawl around on the floor too, retrieving dog toys from underneath furniture. :)

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  10. Ooooh, I forgot to mention that I am over here from the A to Z Challenge, and will return.

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  11. We love our cats and I see from your A to Z posts you do too. I am afraid I won't be climbing any more trees myself, but I hope I don't ever stop climbing. Enjoy. Maria from Delight Directed Living

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    1. Hi, Maria! Yes, cats are a passion of mine...they have me quite wrapped around their little claws. ;)

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  12. If growing up means I have to quit writing silly novels, I'll never grow up! Not me!

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    1. Sing along with me, Ron! The earworm is rotating in my head now. :)

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  13. I wish I could still climb a tree! I'm afraid a metal rod in my back doesn't really allow for much tree climbing. haha

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    1. Plus, you may become a lightning rod up there, Chrys! We'll shoot paper airplanes into the air instead. :)

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