Random Thought Thursday

Is it because I am a twitter addict or do I naturally think in 140 characters or less? Today begins a scary experiment on I Could Cry:

Random Thought Thursday.

If you have been reading me for any amount of time you have had a small glimpse inside my very noisy head. A friend described me the other day as having productive ADD. I have a tendency to ramble when excited or passionate. This will be a look inside what goes through my mind in any given hour.

I encourage all your lurkers out there to come out of the woodwork and add your own random thoughts to the comments.

Here is this weeks list:

Hurry up and wait is a given, deal with it.

If you think you are caught up you are probably wrong.

If your inbox is empty you might be dead.

Chances are  no matter what you do your kids will probably be ok.

Panic never helped the situation.

Balance is different from juggling.

No one loves me the way my dog does, but luckily I don’t mix Alpo into anyone else’s food.

Gravity is not always your friend.

The crying baby will inevitably sit behind you on the plane.

There is not possible way to sleep more efficiently to cut the hours that you need, believe me I have tried.

Hamsters do freeze. (please wait till they die)

I can’t possibly top that last one so I will say goodnight.

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4 responses to “Random Thought Thursday

  1. Ivy Mindlin

    yes, I’ve heard most of this noise myself. However, don’t kid yourself about the kids. They turned out okay, more than okay – great – because of you and all this noise in your head.

  2. Neal Shrier

    It takes many years to become an overnight success!

  3. k.

    or sometimes the crying baby sits in front of you.

  4. Panic never helped the situation.

    I need to remember this today.

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