GOOD GRIEF!

Updated: Jul 24


Today, believe it or not, I grieved getting old. And it wasn't really all that bad. There are good memories; there's some things that have happened along the way. All in all, I have no regrets, no complaints, and I’m not sad. I have spent the journey with a good woman and have a good family and ample friends and have experienced life along the journey. I have no idee, how long I’ll be, but I'm okay with it, you see. Is my bucket list complete? Hell no, I got a lot more living to go!


Arthor’s Note:

The Louvre

Poetry, painting, prose,

And I suppose,

One degree of freedom

From Mona’s subtle pose😊


*Who was she Anyway?

The painting (1505) by Leonardo de Vinci, probably of the Italian noblewoman Lisa Gherardini, the wife of Francesco del Giocondo, and is in oil on a white Lombardy Poplar panel and on public display in the Louvre in Paris. The painting was never given to Francesco, but willed by de Vinci to the Louvre in Paris - OR could it be a painting of Mary Magdalene with a code buried underneath? Perhaps it’s a tribute to the Holy Grail.


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