Thursday, 20 May 2010

Downside Up!


can you remember

when you were a kid

and you'd lie in the grass on your back

and watch the clouds scud above you

and dream of what you were going to be when you grew up?


well, what happened?


"Downside up, upside down
Take my weight off the ground
Falling deep in the sky
Slipping in the unknown"
~~ Peter Gabriel


This is how I saw Joseph downside up! - May 2010

9 comments:

McMGrad89 said...

Funny you should ask, Peggy. I never knew what I wanted to be. I didn't dream and say, I want to do this or that. I remember adamantly telling my mother, I do NOT want to be teacher. I remember going to my first day at a new school (transferred in a few weeks late) and they had already started career week. Each student picked what they wanted to be and wore a badge shaped like that. Since I didn't know or care, I couldn't guess, so I looked around at some of the other girls and picked stewardess. I didn't know I wanted to teach until a few years after grad school.

Who you callin' housewife? said...

Maybe I should have been better at dreaming when I was young. When I know how this all turns out, I'll let you know.

Ninette's Pacific Coast Photos said...

Hi! I really, really like that I can directly link to your site from grou.ps like this! Now I can read you even easier!

~ Ninette

Cameron said...

Yes, and today I'm still dreaming...this time, for my daughter, too :)

Gill said...

LOL i'm still dreaming but can't watch the clouds these days as my work has a roof on it :(... also dreaming for my kids!!

Mike Smith said...

When I was a kid? Hell, I was doing that last night - although I had, by that point, consumed several pints of foaming ale...Hope you are well, Peggy.

Marja said...

Oh what a wonderful time childhood is and I love the cute picture of that adorable boy

Evil Shannanigans said...

I still do that, but mostly at night with the stars

I sometimes wonder what my neighbours think of the strange girl who lays on her sidewalk with her dog staring at the sky at 4am

Stoneweaver said...

You KNOW what I think about that song Peggy! {{{{hugs}}}}} From one who never grew up....