Hi guys and Gals

funny how thing change sometimes and I want to tell you what os happening in my small world in the village!

NO TIME to enjoy it!

Yes TIME that good old friend just keeps slipping ways

AS you know I am building my hose and doing the gardening and just me and the wife and no machines so is very hard work and takes time - ha ha!

The lated development is that the wife father is now very sick and so is unable to work at this place (which is only a few hundreds years away so now I have to go and help over there with the grass cutting and everything relating. Now that sound OK but it just took three days all the week end to do the grass as there is soooooo much and now today I have to start on mine again because it grows so fast!

But I have to also finish building the stream and make the balcony seating area and finish off the watering system and then go back and cuts dads grass again etc etc etc

AND when do I have time to work on my website and write to WA

OK It does not may yet how busy you are or will become always MAKE the TIME to do what you BELIEVE in!

Plan you WORK and WORK your plan and it will all come together!

All good fun!

Paul

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Anandhijohn Premium
Well said thank you.
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paulgoodwin Premium
You are welcome
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ContentBySue Premium
It is incredibly rewarding to work with your hands and create something great! It's a very good kind of busy, isn't it!
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paulgoodwin Premium
100% best way ever and I am really creating things!
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Marlene2 Premium
Paul, I understand but thank God that you are healthy to do it.
I know you will come through. This is a challenge but hope all will be well.
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paulgoodwin Premium
It will for sure!
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PBitzer Premium
All good fun?I think not, at least not yet! HANG IN THERE!
Pat
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paulgoodwin Premium
always is!!!
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PatrickM1 Premium
Paul - Great advice on time management. Thanks for sharing.
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paulgoodwin Premium
Happy to help
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JeanBrickley Premium
You will be blessed for helping your father in law, Paul. I can relate. I have to do all my outdoor work and my cleaning and watching my great granddaughter AND make time for my website and WA. Just keep doing your best.
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paulgoodwin Premium
all we can do!
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AussieJeff Premium
I know the feeling, Paul. Wishing your father-in-law a speedy recovery.
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paulgoodwin Premium
hank you very much
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Droseh Premium
I wish your father-in-law a speedy recovery. You're helpful posts are missed, especially with all the other craziness going on around WA. But, take care of yourself. All the best, Debbie
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paulgoodwin Premium
I will still make time for posts!!!
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abdul11 Premium
Me Tooooooooooooo
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paulgoodwin Premium
LOL
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abdul11 Premium
you are very active i just wrote the answer
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paulgoodwin Premium
Cool
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pablocortina Premium
Being busy is the price we pay for being good in one's work and helping others. You're doing the right things. Hang in there my friend
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paulgoodwin Premium
Keeps me young!!!!
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Ivine Premium
Hi Paul, it is all about putting tings into ordered perspective. Irv.
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paulgoodwin Premium
absolutely
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bigrog44 Premium
I know how you feel.
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paulgoodwin Premium
Thanks buddy
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bigrog44 Premium
No problem.
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jetrbby80316 Premium
i have a guy who can cut the grass for you, LMK!
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paulgoodwin Premium
Hmmmmmm!
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dcasa14 Premium
It sounds like you are setting priorities which is what I have to do when "overwhelm" enters my life.
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paulgoodwin Premium
it is constant at this end!
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Calmkoala Premium
Best laid plans...etc! Make sure you look after yourself, sounds like you are keeping the whole system running smoothly.

We'll be here as and when you get time to pop in! Best wishes to you all and Goggy, Sue :)
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paulgoodwin Premium
Thank you so much
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KMeyer Premium
Finding balance is a daily chore. You and your family are in my prayers
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paulgoodwin Premium
Thank you very much
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ValerieJoy Premium
Don't wear yourself out Paul. WA will still be here when you've finished those outside jobs. Just go easy; do what you can and we'll see you when you're ready and able!
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paulgoodwin Premium
all good fun and keeps me young!
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Bibian2 Premium
Paul! You know, I wouldn't like to lose you in this our community. Don't go to do all things yourself but sometimes employ those that can help you out in certain areas till things normalise. Time is precious but life first.
Cheers
Bibian
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paulgoodwin Premium
Yes that is 100%
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drcmaint Premium
Yup.
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paulgoodwin Premium
INDEED!
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VeronicasLuv Premium
"Always make time to do what you believe in." I could have used d those words of wisdom last week, Sir Paul. Better a late lesson than no lesson.
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paulgoodwin Premium
there you go!
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accad Premium
Don't worry Paul, you are well seated at WA. You have done much so you can be absent for awhile and it's ok.
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paulgoodwin Premium
I will always be there for you!
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accad Premium
Thank you.
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laparra1 Premium
Good Morning Paul,

I know exactly what you are talking about as I also have quite a big garden. You start on one end making a round and then you can start all over again. Still, having a garden is a blessing because when one gets frustrated with the computer/internet sitting outside in nature will calm you rapidly. I would not give my garden away for anything in the world.

Greetings from the south of Spain, Taetske
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paulgoodwin Premium
It is a wonderful way to unwind and I am out her now building my stream back up!!

{Paul
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