Sometimes I'm amused by how my past intrudes on the present. This morning I was thinking about a couple of things I need to do today, and from somewhere in my head a voice said, "So let it be written, so let it be done."
Yul Brynner, of course, in The Ten Commandments. I haven't see that movie since it first hit the big screen, but the line's been lurking in my brain ever since. When I was a kid, a lot of us thought that was just the thing to say. For weeks, whenever anybody asked us to do something or other, we'd all say, "So let it be written, so let it be done." Were we cool, or what? Great days, great days.