Purple and Meaningless daily word prompt below:
Friends with Harley Davidson
Thanks F.W.H.D’s for all the likes, shares and comments. This is the Voodoo, Fat Bastard not shown. I may have not posted it correctly? Any way, let’s all have a safe, yet exciting riding season. Keep the sails in the wind, and heels on their courses. It’s not what you ride, it’s just what we ride 😁😍🤓😎
Meaningless, Daily Prompt By:JL
Looking forward to somthing new and not being blue. In my heart hoping for a new start. Thriving for that chance to prove myself and advance in my work or at least given that chance to know my hard work has not been in vain.
Looking back knowing it was worth the work, but sometimes wonder what it was worth. It is never a waste of time to learn.
One can only wait and see where this lonely road will lead. Hoping someday to achieve that promotion that is meant to be.
Was it meaningless to get my degree when some others needn’t needed to achieve.
Is it meaningless to try or am I just wasting my time.
Meaningless or meaningful is in the eyes of the beholder. You take action and hope for satisfaction. Keeping it all in the right perspective, do I ride in wind, soar like an eagle or just sit there like a duck in rut. Find in my life what’s meaningful to me. Cross my fingers, and hope for the best and just take a rest.
Life is full of surprises and compromises.
There are many things I think of when I think of purple. Jimmy Hendrix is one with his hit song, ‘Purple Haze’, amazing music artist, and guitarist he was. The recently deceased and popular ‘Prince’ with one of his hit singles ‘Purple Rain’, another excellent song. These two particular songs to me were unique,emotional, and reached out to a myriad of people touching their souls.
From two different generations, both being very talented and their legacy will live on, and will continue to live on through more generations to come.
Both died tragically from overdoses, Jimmy Hendrix from a barbiturate overdose, and Prince from an Opioid overdose.
A few other things that come to mind is the movie ” The color purple” An epic tale spanning forty years in the life of Celie (Whoopi Goldberg), an African-American woman living in the South who survives incredible abuse and bigotry. After Celie’s abusive father marries her off to the equally debasing “Mister” Albert Johnson (Danny Glover), things go from bad to worse, leaving Celie to find companionship anywhere she can. She perseveres, holding on to her dream of one day being reunited with her sister in Africa. Based on the novel by Alice Walker. A very good movie.
We think of our heroic soldiers who have been awarded ‘A Purple Heart’ for their bravery, heroics in the line of duty and fighting for our freedom. Yes the word purple has much meaning, for me; Our purple Fatboy Harley Davidson Mortorcycle in the above picture.
My sister who had passed away, her purple bathroom, and the purple potted flowers my husband bought for me on Valentine’s day. 💜. By:JL.