“Though she be but little, she is fierce!”

“Though she be but little, she is fierce!” ~~ William Shakespeare

 

I love this quote.

I am convinced I am shrinking.  Bad news since I started out at only 5′.  Yes, 5′, little but fierce.  🙂

My washing machine broke last week.  I got my new one delivered this morning.  Trouble is, I need a step stool to reach down into the drum.  Last month, I got a new sofa.  I needed a step stool; my feet didn’t reach the floor when I sat all the way back.

Maybe I should carry around a folding step stool……It would come in handy at the supermarket when the shelf stocker puts all my usual items on the shelf reserved for giants, or normal people.  Or when my 6’+ husband doesn’t shop with me.  He doesn’t understand my frustrations, when normal things aren’t normal for me.

My earliest memory was sitting in the back seat of my dad’s Willys Jeep, age two.  My feet didn’t reach the edge of the seat.  My brother found this hilariously funny.   He grew to almost 6′ too.   Funny, the memories you never outgrow…………….

But, like I said………”little but fierce”……………….

Thanks Will….  🙂

Thanks for reading,

Shirl

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About sknobloch

I am an Author, Artist, and Reiki Master and Intuitive Counselor, offering energy and guidance sessions on people and beloved pet companions. I divide my time between a Northern NJ suburb of Manhattan and Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. I enjoy pursuing paranormal explorations in this uniquely haunted town. Read more about me at www.briarrosereiki.com and http://shirlknoblochwillowfineartprintsandphotography.zenfolio.com/ All writings and photos © Shirl Knobloch.......no unauthorized copying or use permitted without written permission from the author and photographer, Shirl Knobloch.
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