Knock, Knock

This is Peanut Butter Brickle. Life sure is busy right now. But it’s not the same kind of busy that we normally have of moving and traveling. We are busy catching up on stuff. Mostly seeing friends and family that we haven’t seen in awhile.

And Fruitycake is actually meeting everyone.

So if you here a knock, knock at your door, it may be me and Fruitycake. And yes. We do the dishes if you decide to make us lunch or dinner. Or breakfast. We aren’t picky.

I think persons think too much about what goes on behind a knock, knock.

They want their houses clean and they want to make a good impression before they invite others over. Sure. It’s good to be clean and hospitable.

But if everyone waited for the perfect circumstances to invite others over, that would never happen.

And let me tell you, after years of being on the road all of the time, you realize how important knock, knocks are.

Because one day, the individuals behind the doors won’t be there to answer. One day, the individuals doing the knock, knocks won’t be there to knock.

As we get older, we may see others who don’t feel good. Or ones who are sad. It’s more important than ever to see them. Make an effort to knock, knock if someone makes an effort to ask you over.

Don’t let excuses or being busy stop you. There will always be something else to do. But nothing more important than knock, knock.

Peanut Butter Brickle

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One thought on “Knock, Knock

  1. Robin Farnell

    Yes Brickle you are right as everyday goes by we don’t who is still here. I would love a knock knock from my mom & Dad and former pups that are in doggie heaven ❤️ ♥️ enjoy seeing your family members 😊 and enjoy telling Fruitycake if all the things that you and Digby used to do there

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