Day 1981: Believe

Believe that this is only the second blog post I’ve ever written with “believe” in the title.

Believe that the first one was written EXACTLY three years ago.  (I believe this link will get you to that other post.)

Believe that this wondrous coincidence was created by my noticing this yesterday in the back of a car:


Believe that I noticed all these other things yesterday, too.



Believe that yesterday we saw a mango …


… and a cat on a leash on a Massachusetts beach.



Do you believe that it’s always cool to be kind?


I do!

Believe that this is Nick Lowe singing his song:

I believe there will be comments on this post about what you believe.

Believe that I always end these posts with many thanks to all who help me create them and — of course! — to YOU.



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19 thoughts on “Day 1981: Believe

  1. I believe that is one cool cat, Ann. The one on the leash, though the one picking it up and wearing the slogan shirt makes it two, now that I’m thinking it deeper.

  2. This is all quite credible

  3. I believe that you were someplace very beautiful yesterday. Was that near home?

    Odd about the mango on the beach. I guess a mango where a man wants to go. 🙂

  4. I believe I really should try to believe six impossible things before breakfast, but even if I don’t do that I believe most people know what I’m alluding to when I say that. It’s one of those things I’m so certain of I treat it as a fact. That’s a funny thing about belief: there are a lot of things we think we know when really, when examined, turn out to be things we really only believe.

  5. i’m reminded of that cowardly lion
    i do believe in spooks, i do!
    well, i don’t believe in spooks
    but i do believe in Ann’s
    ability to make me smile 🙂

  6. Believe I liked this post
    Believe I am cold
    Believe you are amazing
    Believe life can be short so don’t be sad, be happy and enjoy life

  7. I believe in the uplifting, honest and wonderful Ann. Always.

  8. The random mango made me laugh, and I do believe that laughter is good for my soul!

  9. I believe these landscapes with the foreground flowers are nice!

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