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Some days I DO NOT want to be left alone with my thoughts - :)On other days.. I enjoy drifting.In fact, it's funny, but just today I was having a conversation with Kas.. and asked her if she had any ideas of what I could do with my thoughts when I'm doing things that don't require concentration - like washing dishes... or walking to the gym (as I was at the time)..So of course, Kas goes for something creative, and says.. 'observe the world around you, and create 'life metaphors'.Huh? I saidWell, she said.. for example.. you see a couple one is stick thin and the other jolly round... and you think to yourself.. 'hmmmm they look like a number '10'!!So I said.. is that really the most productive thing I could do with my mind? LOL.. and of course it really is a wonderful thing to do.. because you get to sharpen your brain with creativity!!!Well... I wasnt all that successful in coming up with humorous metaphors.. but I decided to just observe...it's a start!:-)and that's me hogging your post, Ezzie..(at least I broke the ice! (Ouch! It's cold!)
yep... totally agree with that one.
I can relate--on both counts.
Dina - Observation is the key to life. :)