[good time]

Zee Gimon

I am Zee. I call myself the Observer because that's what I find myself doing most of the time - observe life and people around me. My blog is a Pensieve, similar to that of Dumbledore, used to keep the thoughts and random ideas that visit my brain.

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  • I look for every possible opportunity to see my girls and grandson. I spent time this past summer with my next brother and the one down from him made the trip to his place. Afterwards, we went to a Pirate baseball game. This holiday season will bring our family together. It will be really crowded but it will be fun. Can’t wait to maybe meet David some day. Then I get all the scoop about a younger and a not-so-young Zee. 🙂

    • LOL. Now I’m worried about the fact that you two live that close to each other 😀

  • Reading your post warmed my heart. I felt as if the world had shrunk. As if I’d known you from somewhere… and yet we’ve never met. But you seem like you could be a sister, and spiritually speaking, you are.

    I spend quality time with my family every day. Every morning my daughter and I read together and discuss the book. Then we practice piano… then we read some more… then we eat…

    And friends… I am wealthy is friends. I don’t mean quantity. Quality friends, the kind you write about in this post.

    • The world indeed is getting smaller every single day… It’s amazing!

      It would be so cool to read a book together with my daughter (or son, or whoever I will one day have)… I hope my kids get my love for reading (not the addiction, just love)))))

      Quality not quantity – yes, it matters in friends as well. I know a lot of people due to my work and just from teams who come over for a visit to Ukraine, but there are also people who know me and I know them… they are the people with whom I can share a comfortable silence as well as an easy laugh or a serious talk.

      Thanks for stopping by, Debra! 🙂

  • Mary

    Zee, what you describe is like “a brief glimpse of Heaven” – this is a perfect description of it. I do not do this often enough. We all need to take time for these experiences otherwise we are just on the treadmill and life can become sterile.

    • Yes – this kind of time fuels the life inside of us.

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