This post is brought to you by the letter
Actually, that’s not true. I’m just letting my teasing nature out.
It was about time for me to use that “T,” too.
Now, it’s time to turn to the title. “Let Your __ Out.” What the $!!?$!! does that mean? Well, the underlines — to indicate a missing word — might recall the special characters of yesterday’s post. It might, but it doesn’t need to. The past can inform the present, but the current moment has enough, on its own.
I just let my philosophy out, there.
How about if I let out my inspiration for this post? Would anybody object to that?
I didn’t think so.
I saw all that yesterday. Here’s a closer look:
Today’s title gives me room to talk about things I’ve let out recently.
For example, we let our cat Harley out on the porch yesterday, for the first time.
That’s not Harley. It’s Oscar. We’ve let him out, many times before. Here’s Harley, when we first let him out:
There are other things I let out yesterday, including:
- my feelings,
- my opinions, and
- my wishes.
Which all involved letting go of ….
I need to let this post out, because it’s time for me to go to work.
I don’t want to leave you — or my inquisitive nature — out of this post, though. How would you fill in the blank, in today’s title?
Let your you (and your style) out, dear readers.
Thanks to the Alewife T Station, Fenway Park, people who express themselves, creatures who try new things, those who help others let go of fear, and to you — of course! — for letting me let my me out here, every day.