Day 1804: I can’t look

“I can’t look” is what I say to myself, every day, about the news.

I can look at other things, though, so we can look at my latest photos.

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I can’t look at that favorite necklace without regrets that a part of it fell off  this week when I wasn’t looking.

I can’t look outside because today is this season’s first snow day in Boston.

I can look at YouTube and find fun things like Tim Conway and Harvey Korman‘s Emmy Moments:

I can’t look at them without smiling.

I can’t look for comments on this post, because I haven’t published it yet. I’ll look for those later.

I can look for ways to express thanks to all who helped me create today’s blog and also to you, because you could look and did!

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19 thoughts on “Day 1804: I can’t look

  1. Such great visuals as always 😀

  2. I looked!
    I hope snow day by the water’s edge is beautiful, Ann. Looking forward to your photos.

  3. In every writing class I’ve ever taken the lesson has been, “Show, don’t tell.” At least that’s what I’ve been told, but rarely shown, but that’s another story. It’s wonderful that Harvey Korman tells us the wise advice “You can’t take everything seriously” and that he and Tim Conway show it.

  4. Love that clip. Thanks!

  5. I can’t look at the snow, far too cold for this Aussie sunshine man.

  6. I can’t look at that necklace of yours either- so upsetting! I did look at the snow that fell all day today outside my window, while I stayed in my house drinking coffee.

  7. I sense that your news is worse than ours. May we soon have some we can look at with pleasure

  8. I think you’re little part of spreading the news is looking good, Ann.

  9. Pingback: Day 1805: Questionable Choices | The Year(s) of Living Non-Judgmentally

  10. I can’t not look at your post today Ann 💕

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