Twirl around Piglet,
Step lightly Pooh,
This silly ol’ dance is perfect for two.
Twirl of course has many meanings. And the reasons I like it are nearly as many. It is one of those words that sounds like what it is. That feels good whether I am saying, writing, hearing, or just reading it.
Sometimes I twirl when I am bothered and sometimes I twirl when I am just waking up and sometimes I can BE sound asleep and wake up in a gigunda twirl.
And sometimes… well sometimes I can stand in the sand and look up into the sky or out across the ocean and mentally twirl, in a good way, of course.
I’d like to be a kid again but only because naps were insisted, twirling in circles was acceptable, and the only password I had to remember was open sesame. [Adar Burks]
Clearly that resonates for me. MayBE even for YOU, too. Perhaps we were wrong to want to grow up so fast?!
… As the mighty acrobat confidently performs his trick of twirling in circles, walking on tiptoe, jumping, climbing, staring, naming. He is joyous, filled with his grandeur and wondrous omnipotence.
[Louise J. Kaplan]
So here’s a thought: Go out and twirl. Stand on tiptoes. Let Go and BE!!!
I love you, Currie