Friday, 17 October 2008
Miriam Webster Dictionary Online:
Pronunciation: \ˌəp-ˈhē-vəl, (ˌ)ə-ˈpē-\
1: the action or an instance of upheaving especially of part of the earth's crust
2: extreme agitation or disorder : radical change ; also : an instance of this
I subscribe to radical change...but in a good way.
There's a lot going on right now.
This means i'm juggling several balls.
I can't afford to drop a single one.
I'm trying to figure out where each one goes
and how they all fit together.
I don't want to have to shuffle them around on the ground to get the balance right.
So until I figure out where they go, they're going to have to remain up there,
and i'm going to have to keep expending the energy required to juggle non-stop.
My arms ache, but i can't afford to stop.
When I figure out where they each go, then i'll stop.
And then they'll each drop one by one and fit nicely into their own little receptacle.
And then life will go on.