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Sunday, May 22, 2011

Maxim of the Week


After a few hours of hitch-hiking,
Charlene begins to question her need
 for material possessions.
Maxim:
Good riddance to bad rubbish.




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12 comments:

  1. Just keep your money bag, Charlene.

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  2. Having been there I know how she feels!

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  3. ... and good karma to bad vibes! What freedom to take a load off! And we're on the road again!


    WV: boliks COTTON CANDY

    (beau = good liks = licks)

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  4. Although I've never hitchhiked, I can attest to the advantages of traveling light. Material possessions can sometimes be a heavy burden... I like Charlene's colorful orange poncho!

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  5. hehe, it is always good to start questioning that need :-)

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  6. Shirl,
    Obviously words from one well-travelled.

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  7. Forest Dream Weaver,
    You and me both!

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  8. Margaret,
    Yes, indeed, to paraphrase the Band they took the load off Carmen and put the weight on Charlene.

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  9. Stickup,
    I hitch-hiked across Canada from east to west and back again with my boyfriend in 1970-something. At this point in my life I have to ask myself, "What was I thinking?!" These days I always try to travel light. I suspect Charlene's mother knit her bright orange poncho, again speaking from personal experience, more or less.

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  10. Roxana,
    I question it daily but have not yet come up with the suitable answer of chucking it all.

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