Monday, March 19, 2007

Sprung? No! Spring.

It is my daughter's not so humble opinion that her 46, knocking on the door to 47 year-old mother, is sprung. She believes she has, again, in her not so humble opinion, several facts in evidence to support her position.

Not quite ready to concede her point, I will admit to feeling a buzz, a certain breeziness, the feeling of having some air in my oh so short hair. I offer however, several factors which may account for such a condition.

For instance, I have resolved to not get too totally tweaked about the work situation. In the not so immortal words of my oh so befuddled boss, 'it is what it is.' I believe it was Maya Angelou who said, if you don't like something, change it, if you can't change it, change your attitude. Don't complain. Well, I can't change it and I can't leave it, at least not now, so, I will do my best to maintain my decorum, professionalism, and personal standards. (That doesn't mean that I won't try to change it..because IT is pretty stupid and needs to change.)

I was able to get some of the owners of the condo association to agree, at least in principle, to donate some garden supplies, plants, mulch and such to aid in my continuing efforts to beautify out little piece of earth. This news and the possible confluence of events is certainly worthy of a buzz or two.

My mother, though still believing she is under surveillance, is much less anxious over the sight of taxicabs parked on her street that in years past. She has also had some resolution to some long standing health issues. Others remain, but getting some answers where there were only questions and confusions is comforting, to some degree.

There are other little triumphs, like losing nearly 8 lbs since mid-January, causing some pep to my steps, some glides to my strides, prompting my daughter to assign the sprung label to my general state of breeziness. I could make my case with any one of the reasons already stated. I'll offer another. One could chalk my buzz, the breeziness, up to the onset of Spring. Warm weather alone is cause enough for a buzz, a breeziness of steps and spirit.

I do not buy her contention that the buzz has anything at all to do with the cards, letters, emails, hours of telephone conversations, some past and the prospect of future kissing and...more, that a certain someone and I have shared over these past several weeks. No, I do not buy that, at all.

This buzz has nothing at all to do with correspondence, soft conversations and more. Not any of that, no. This buzz, my daughter, is not your sprung mother.

It's Spring! Darn it!

14 comments:

  1. Oh yeah, mothers are expert at kidding themselves... mwah.

    I hope your spring flowers bloom brightly.

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  2. Sure... sure it is. Spring.

    I think you're sprung status is beautiful, regardless of what, or whom, you attribute it to.

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  3. Whatever you need to tell yourself, sweet pea. :)

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  4. Dani is *so* on to you...

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  5. Hey, congrats on the 8 lbs! That's fabulous! Feeling good and skippng through the tulips it sounds like! Enjoy!

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  6. You fool no one you sprung chicken!!!

    Heheheh enjoy it!!

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  7. I love that ... what Betty said ...

    And congrates on the weight loss hunny bun ... proud of you ;-)

    Kisses XxXxXxXxXxX

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  8. you are done sprung.

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  9. You've cultivated a regular lesbian peanut gallery here. Wouldn't it be scary if we started following you around, like a Greek chorus, commenting on your life in real time? Eek.

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  10. What a coincidence that it is Spring and you have sprung in Spring. Are you bouncy, flouncy, trouncy, bouncy fun fun fun fun fun?

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  11. Hey - You aren't the first to have that indescribable feeling: "It's spring fever.... You don't quite know what it is you DO want, but it just fairly makes your heart ache, you want it so!" ~ Mark Twain

    Enjoy the indescribable.

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  12. What can you not love about spring?
    What can you not love about being sprung?

    Have fun, my friend.

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  13. Sounds sprung to me! :)

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  14. congrats on the sprung-ed-ness.

    It's way grand.

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