Thursday, September 12, 2013

Yet another of Bob's occasional PONderings.






I don't regret the things I've done, I regret the things I didn't do when I had the chance .

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  1. I agree with you Bob, but to be honest, I do regret some of the things that I have done in my life.
    There are quite a few things that I regret I didn't do when I had the chance like skydiving.
    I know that Sophie has a few PONderings of her own too, so please share.
    That Buddhist Circuit Special bus has left me pondering too.
    Safe travels.

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  2. Poor, lonely Bob. When will his pack be together again.

    XXXOOO Daisy, Bella & Roxy

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  3. PONdering the Buddhish Circuit Special this morning...And whether I would prefer to be reincarnated as Bob or Sophie.

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  4. Very deep profound PONderings Bob

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  5. The photos has me PONdering about where you may be. I hope your trip and meeting(s) with the men in dark suits are going well.

    And Bob is right, but I'm sometimes just not brave enough--It's the Golden Retriever in me!

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  6. So very true! Wishing you safe travels!

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  7. Well Bob, I'm glad you have no regrets but I want you to know that you have never ever done anything even remotely "bad". Mischievous, yes. Slightly irksome maybe, especially for the person who has to order another magazine from the USA or purshase new shoes. As for helping your sister get into the compost heap (I know you did it) it was perhaps not the best choice, and while she may have encoureaged or even coerced you (she is a delight, but we both know she is a handful) you, as the big brother should be more mature and less easily manipulated.

    I hope you don't mature for a very long time.

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    1. She may do but at the moment she is too busy digging !

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  9. You can get into a lot of trouble PONdering, maybe digging too.

    Whats the question again?

    Jo, Stella and Zkhat

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  10. I am PONdering the rather preppy color scheme of the Indian train, wondering if pink and green bring one closer to enlightenment. And thinking that Bob may be subscribing to the Mae West school of life: “I generally avoid temptation unless I can't resist it.”

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    1. Preppy? I once had a student room with that colour scheme and on seeing it my mother pronounced '"In pink and green, old maids are seen"!

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  11. Wooooweeeeeeeee! You're back! And I've only missed, oh, six months of Bob and Sophie's blog.

    Good to see you guys,

    ArOOOOOOdles, Stuart

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  12. Welcome Back! Sorry it's taken me so long to find your new blog.

    ArOOOOdles, Stuart

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