Day 1777: It’s good to be tough

It’s good to be tough

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when things get rough

but it’s good to be vulnerable, too.

In every location

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I see invitation

to huddle and muddle things through.

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After every bad storm

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it’s important to mourn

and also find strength in your heart.

So put on your mittens

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and play with some kittens

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and […it’s tough to come up with a good last line, so could you do your part?]

 

It’s good to see Tom Petty sing

“It’s Good to Be King.”

 

Thanks for reading and helping my rhymes.

I’ll now express thanks several times.

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24 thoughts on “Day 1777: It’s good to be tough

  1. It’s also tough to be good, Ann, but here you are, every dang day.

  2. To be tough is a good quality, and to be gracious also, is a saintly combination.

  3. Good advice. I don’t have any kittens but I am looking after a sweet and elderly cat, which really does help me feel better.

  4. what wonderful mittens!! But you know the saying I live by…. When the going gets tough….the tough go shopping!! Happy Sunday Ann!

  5. Rhyming can be tough. Good job Ann 😊

  6. It’s been said that the toughest people are also the most sensitive, that they can only survive with a tough exterior, which does make it good to be tough.

  7. I am many things, but tough I am not, well I don’t think I am I melt like butter in the sun

  8. And cats, nothing wrong with that! Lol ♡
    Diana xo

  9. now that’s enough
    of being tough

  10. And thus the healing will start.

  11. …cuz folks who loves kittens is smaht!

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