Everyday Utopia

My 6-year-old niece announced one day, “Whatever is good for Krista is good for everyone.” If only that were true…

   – Everyone would know how to swing dance.

   – We’d only say please and thank you and sorry when we meant it.
   – Each political party would assume the other party is moral, too, and listen from there.
   – No kid would go to school in fear — of other kids, of teachers, or of learning.
   – The soft bigotry of low expectations would be eradicated.
   – There’d be no onions in the potato salad.

What would be part of your everyday utopia?


Published by kristalynn

I am Krista Tibbs, the author of ""Uncertainty Principles", "The Neurology of Angels" and "Reflections and Tails". My heart smiles at informed opinions, belief in human potential, advances in neurology, True North, clever ideas, and kittens.

2 thoughts on “Everyday Utopia

  1. It may not be an Everyday Utopia, but it is a much better day that has Shades of White Matter in it. Welcome back…and thanks. …george e.

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