My Worries are Written on the Wind and I Fear Wind

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I’m so worried about getting chronic insomnia that I can hardly sleep at night.

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My greatest fear is wasting my time; but, I realized that I was worrying needlessly.

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I’m worried that some day, my life might pass before my eyes; and, when I get to the part of my life where my life passes before my eyes, I’ll have to sit through the whole thing all over again.

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I worry that breakfast is NOT the most important meal of the day and that I’ve been giving it too much credit all this time.

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I worry that I’m going to hit the wrong button on my television remote and it will change the language from English to one I don’t speak (which is the rest of them) and I will have a fully functional television that I cannot understand.

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I worry that my dog is only pretending to like me until it gets access to my bank password and then it will disappear with all of my money.

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I worry that I’ve been pronouncing “forte” wrong all this time.

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Sometimes, I’m concerned that my nose might not be a nose but instead is a tumor.

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I worry that maybe I’m not eating enough pork.

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My second greatest fear is that there is more to life than I know but I’ll never see it because access to it required reservations.

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10 thoughts on “My Worries are Written on the Wind and I Fear Wind

    1. In this case, Pocahontas has nothing to do with the theme and very little to do with the title. Did you see the difference? In the third version she looks a little more disgusted than in the other pictures…

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      1. I’ve written it so many times, I’ve actually forgotten what the word “worry” even means or if it’s a real word or did I spell it right….?

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