H aha too funny Helen that's how I feel after about 5 days in an all inclusive resort - time ot rent and car and go find some trouble.
rock fever! ~
A tropical death sentence! This is priceless, Helen, and having watched enough episodes of Survivor, I have reassessed my idea of a paradise island.
Fine job here, helen.....soon a small place seems like a prison. Viva la
The tropical death sentence, yikes ~ Just bring me there for a few days until spring comes, smiles ~
Fortunately for us, winter has not made its icy cold appearance ~ yet. May have to adjust my thinking if it does.
Oh, that does sound hellish!
… ha ha! This would be perfectly hellish! Spot on.
Loved this ... it brought back the time when I got off the road for a short time and took an office job... after 5 days in a cubicle I could not get out if there fast enough... :)
Cabin fever, eh?You are meant for bigger things; I can tell.
Fine poem! Captures exactly the "too much is poison" element to most medication, even herbal and balmy seas. I want to thank you too for your fine comment at my "Twelve and More."
Yes, there is a lot of limitation on that rock--and imagine if you were there with the wrong person--or (for me) any person! Loved this and totally agree, Helen.
Helen! No winter in central Oregon yet? Wow, lucky you. When the Big Snow hits, you'll be thinking that tropical island seems pretty inviting.Loved your poem.K
Oh yes, I've experienced this.
The tiny islandis a sanctuary,until it israided bypirates!They would make lifemuch more"interesting."Blessings and Bear hugs.