Plans Go Out The Window

It's Part Of Life

Things interfere with our plans

It is up to us to roll with the punches

To find a way to do what is most important

The rest has to be put on the back burner for another time

It's tough to decide which to do first

In time it becomes easier and easier

We learn coping skills that make us be more creative

We learn to work more effectively

Sometimes we think of short cuts or better ways to get the same job done

Time becomes more valuable and we are aware of where we are

Where we are going

Inspiration and drive are combined

Team work becomes second nature

Planning and finding our priorities become essential

We are always searching for a solution to any problem

Distractions and wasted time are easy spotted

In the end we are better because we have to be

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peachpurple 5 months ago from Home Sweet Home

yes I agree with you, we use to waste our time on trivial matters, gossips , by the end of the day, we can't get things done.

Great poem!, share at my FB and twit

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DREAM ON 5 months ago Author

PeachPurple When we have the time it is so important to put it to good use. When the time is gone it is too late. We can't get it back. All we have is now and let's enjoy this time. Thank you for reading and sharing your time. I hope your time going forward may always lead you to all your dreams and a wonderful life.

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Gypsy Rose Lee 5 months ago from Riga, Latvia

For me it is no holiday here in Latvia. The weather is quite cool outside and I am itching to put in lots of hours on the PC. Alas I have bread to bake and a house to clean. Sigh.... later I will probably pull an all nighter.

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DREAM ON 5 months ago Author

Gypsy Rose Lee Labor Day can still be enjoyed by everyone.Some people see it as a sign as the end of summer and celebrate with picnics and spending time with their family and friends. Other people enjoy all the rights workers have that we never had in the early 1800's. Back then they had children working in factories as young as five years old and long hours. I am so thankful I live today. Thank you for your special comments they brighten my day.

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