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 Posted by on December 17, 2012  Add comments
Dec 172012
 
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Observing people being people can be one of the most interesting things to do. The interaction between people, with words unheard, can make for the most interesting scenarios running through my mind.
I watch people sometimes and wonder, where have they come from, what do they do, what will become of them in the future?
We really can't ever know what the future holds for us, even less so can we look at an absolute stranger in the street sitting at a bus stop and have any idea what will become of them.
I'm not sure that knowing would be a good thing at all, I think of all the things that I've done and if I had any idea of the outcome of a lot of them I'm sure I wouldn't have even considered doing them but they contribute to who I am today.
We are made up of our experiences in life and when I think of this some of the people I know must have done some weird and crazy things before I met them to account for the way they are now.

You know who I'm thinking of………….

Scott there is no hiding now!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  3 Responses to “Conversation”

  1. Thank you Ferg I am not too sure how too take that but I will anyway. Yes I have had a weird & wonderful life but I dont know if that explains the images. Just back from the head waters of the Skippers river in Qtown, not a big walk but an interesting one, great wee hut reminded me of my past mustering days & created some very cool, images in my head to be produced in the near future, stay tuned . well I think they are kool & that’s all that matters. This has been a very adventures holiday, full of great creative forces?

  2. Im reading this on 21/12/2012 so there apparently isnt any future after today……

  3. I am reading this in Clyde, guess it doesnt matter best finish my single malt.

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