Day 2132: Judgment Day

It’s judgment day here at The Year(s) of Living Non-Judgmentally.

Why?  Because I observed references to judgment day within the last two days, near the same spot.




Today is also judgment day because I’ll be singing a new original song at an Open Mic tonight, and someone is sure to be judging that.

Any judgment about these other recent photos?













Today —  as I have for the last two thousand, one hundred, and thirty-one days of blogging — I am going to invite myself and others to let go of judgment and just be in the moment.

Here’s A.J. Croce with “Judgement Day.”

If I’m late to work today, there will be judgment, so I’m going to quickly end this post with gratitude to all, including YOU!





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24 thoughts on “Day 2132: Judgment Day

  1. I wish I could be there to hear you sing

  2. There’s no hot air in your blog to fill up that turkey, Ann.

  3. I always love the letting go of judgement, Ann! That isn’t a judgement is it 👀?
    Good luck tonight. Have fun 🎤

  4. Yikes, judgment day? Is it here yet? Are cats included? ヾ(*ΦωΦ)ノ

  5. Where will I spend eternity? It is starting to look like I will spend it revising my manuscript. 🙂

    Good luck at the open mic tonight! I look forward to the video.

  6. In a few thousand years Saturn’s rings will be absorbed into the planet. We’re lucky enough to see them. In about five billion years the sun will expand and wipe out the inner planets before it collapses, but we’re lucky enough to be on this one while it still shines. Eventually, if the universe keeps expanding, the distances between stars will be so great the night skies on ever planet will be dark, and will get darker as the stars themselves go out, but we’re lucky enough to have time before any of that happens to enjoy what is to come, including your next new song.

  7. Where are your red sox?

  8. wonderful!
    hopefully followed
    up with non
    judgment day 🙂

  9. Break a leg at Open Mike, you’ll do awesome! And I judge that pasta to be delicious!

  10. Charlee: “Hmm, our cat food has turkey in it. But I don’t know if it’s inflatable turkey.”
    Chaplin: “The cans aren’t very big so I’m guessing not.”
    Charlee: “Thank you for coming to see us and for your kind words after Dennis went to the Rainbow Bridge. It meant a lot to us.”
    Chaplin: “And to Mama and Dada too.”
    Both: “And Dennis told us to tell you, ‘ok bye’.”

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