What are your associations with that simple, two-word phrase?
Get closer and I’ll tell you some of my associations with
Every moment, we each get closer to the end of our lives on earth. Our best hope is to get closer to our authentic selves, to whatever we value, and to each other.
Yesterday — as the day was getting closer to sunset and my bf Michael and I got closer to seeing July 4 fireworks — I took this photo.
Before I get closer to showing you some photos of fireworks, please get closer — so you can see these earlier photos, closer and closer to where I live:
When Michael and I got closer to the Newton, Massachusetts fireworks last night …
However, we were able to get closer to those fireworks than I did, last year, in Boston.
As I get closer to the end of this post, I continue to get closer to Michael, who just said,
If you already know, you can’t learn.
Does that help you get closer to anything?
Get closer, so you can see these photos I took last night in Newton Massachusetts, at that closer July 4th celebration:
for today’s post title.
is in the lower right of our TV screen.
Here are more shots of the Boston fireworks last night, with
always in the same place on the screen:
The closer you get to me, the more you know I like guessing games. Which of those versions of “The Closer I Get to You” — the original with Roberta Flack and Donny Hathaway or the remake with Beyoncé and Luther Vandross — gets closer to 4 million views on YouTube?
I don’t think I can get closer to begging for a comment, do you?
In closing, thanks to all who helped me create this get-closer post (including my downstairs neighbor Karen, her dog Faxy, and Karen’s daughter’s guinea pigs Sam and Pam , whose names get closer to each other’s) and even closer thanks to you — of course! — for getting closer, here and now.