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Book excerpt; Keep On Keeping On - The PSP Chronicles Volume 2

daddyt
daddyt

Expect a planned book launch sometime this summer 2019.

Zootopia was an animated movie by Disney featuring all animal characters, more of a family film, especially for the grandkids. During the movie, there was a scene Trish and I particularly enjoyed and identified with. The two main characters go into the DMV (our equivalent to MTO) to get some information. Most everyone with a driver’s license knew how slow the lines could be at the DMV/MTO. The DMV in the movie, was entirely staffed by sloths - the world’s slowest mammal. If you saw the movie, you could appreciate the characterization. This was worth mentioning because my movements now (along with my thought process and speech) resembled those of a sloth. That would be my new moniker – Sloth. This would be called the Year of the Sloth - on my calendar anyways. Most of the time now, I moved so slow I could meet myself going backwards. I was going to bed, if I was lucky I’d make it there by morning.

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I remember that scene in the movie! I doubt that no matter how much a person slows down they'll ever be as slow as a DMV office.

Ron

daddyt
daddyt
in reply to Dadshelper

I'll call it a close second (:

Tim

Hurrah, your next book is only a little time away.

I'm sorry about the progression of symptoms. I wish I had a magic wand, but all I can do is send prayers.

My son Jeff liked Zootopia. He saw it during his last 6 months. I rented the DVD for him. Thank you for the reminder.

Blessings, Margarita

daddyt
daddyt
in reply to enjoysalud

The Year Of The Sloth. I had to laugh at myself... when you can't win, you can at least grin.

Tim x

jamesmoffat
jamesmoffat
in reply to daddyt

apparently this year is the year of the pig --not sure why but it is a fact

daddyt
daddyt
in reply to jamesmoffat

So I've heard. This chapter in my book was in 2016 - not year of the pig, but in my narrative... definitely the year of the sloth :)

Tim

Chinese New Year.

enjoysalud
enjoysalud
in reply to daddyt

I think laughing at myself and appreciation of irony gets me thro life. How do people survive without them?

Irony is the golden thread passing through England and its literature

Dear Tim Congratulations!

(Am l mistaken... seems to me the little guy in the photo has a 'Tim Like Grin'... so cute.)

Sending hugs of admiration... Granni B

daddyt
daddyt
in reply to Mottsie

The picture was the one I used on my Blog posts that year.

Tim x

Great analogy. You are an inspiration. We all look forward to book number two. You are singlehandedly getting the word out. What an undertaking. God bless you!

Cuttercat

Tim, I will look forward to an autographed copy of your new book!

Kerry