Yes, I can relate.Have a great weekend.
I love this question. Someone once told me when I was complaining rather loudly of being stuck (rather than wondering if I was)that no one was ever stuck, and he said it so tenderly and carefully.
oh yes oh yes. i know this feeling well. like looking at the platform while pulling away from the station, which is moving forward, which is moving backward. yeah.
Yes I can definitely relate. I like your illustration.
I can surely relate!
The faster I go, the more behind I get. Great thought!
Oh yeah! That's me. A lot. And bumping my head, too! great illo!
Exactly!! I wonder what the cure is...ps( this is definitely one of my favourites)
i know the feeling, are you okay dude? you seem a little blue lately...
Oh, I know this feeling all too well!I like the way Susan described it.I try to remember that unless the earth starts spinning backwards then it's all forward progress...I think.
Ohhh, coool illo:)) Maybe you just raised the standards for yourself, subconsciously knowing you have the strength to go further, and it SEEMS like setback, but really it isn't. :)
Some days it's a few steps forward and a giant leap backwards. Growing pains I guess, no matter what the age. You do look a bit squeezed in that TV though, poor Willie.
I think you already are out of the t.v. and you are just remembering when you were in and you can always get back in, but out of almost any box is better, right? (Unless you are a kitty who needs to do a doody.)
That is just a few buttons away from a microwave...I know what you're selling...every time it seems like I get my feet settled something crazy happens...I guess it keeps life interesting...I guess...
Indeed me too.
Ouch, yes, having a morning like this...
I feel you...
Are you in the Matrix? Or is that you doing an impression of Max Headroom?
I also know the feeling. Nice way of illustrating that feeling too.
That's actually on my task list every day at the ad agency.
clearly this resonated w/ lots of people who visit your blog, huh?i wrote a song called stuck when i was stuck. isn't that ironic
holey holey cats in snowsuits, willie! not only can i relate but i'm seriously feeling very backwards, at this very moment. but, for some dumb reason, it almost feels like i'm SUPPOSED to be going backwards right now? and maybe you are too? in my house, when the boys start to seem to lose some basic skills, but then BOOM pick up newer skills, more advanced, we call that "going back to kindergarten." meaning, we need to lose some of the easier skills, to pick up new and harder ones, that take us farther. i think for adults, this sensation of "going backwards" is what it's all about. oy. that was a ramble...does it make any sense?happiest of holidays to you, willie! :)))
Great illustration. Yes, I sometimes feel that way.
Thanks for stopping by! :-)Willie