Here’s an oldie but goodie A sentence that I find distasteful - the “but” implies that an oldie would be automatically considered bad but that this is a good one - Just because something is new doesn’t mean it is good and ...
( some of these have been answered in the two years that have passed )
I went to bed thinking about all the things in life I don’t understand. I made a list…
© How on earth, no matter how long you have been out to sea, could you mistake a Manatee for a beautiful mermaid? They are beautiful, but not mermaid beautiful.
© If they give you a yellow light telling you to get ready to stop why don’t they give you a purple light after the red one to tell you it’s time to get ready to go.
© Is a cat a woman’s best friend?
© Do people really use the old wrapping paper they save from Christmas?
© If you need a license to fish, drive, get married, why don’t you need one to raise children?
© Do clouds look down and find shapes in people?
© Was the yellow brick road in the wizard of OZ gold or just painted bricks?
© Why do they have fish camps in places you can’t fish?
© If your computer wakes up all weird like mine did this morning, did it have a bad night?
© If we are the Captain of our own ship, who is the crew?
© I don’t understand Quantum physics
© Why do they say “Every cloud has a silver lining?” – silver is heavy, they would fall right down.
© Who are they?
© How can you be discombobulated if you can never be combobulated. (it’s not even a word)
© Why do people hate things they don’t understand but understand the things they don’t hate.
© Why is it called a drum circle when it is more oblong shaped.
© How can two people on different sides of the planet, without knowledge of each other, come up with the same idea at about the same time?
© Why are self service lines the slowest lines at Home Depot, and why is there an employee always there wanting to help you? They should be called non-self service lines.
© Why am I running out of ideas now when I need them?
© Why do you always find something in the last place you look? No, wait, I figured that one out in 2nd grade.
That’s all the things I can think of that I don’t understand for right now – more will bubble up after I post this. I know a lot of you know the answer to these questions – but I, for the most part, do not, and I am the one writing this.
just say yes!
meet Andy Ward King, a professional musician and artist until a diagnosis of parkinons dsease at age 49 forced him into an early retirement., he now uses his music, his art along with the whimsical world he has created in this blog as therapy to ( as he puts it ) outsmart his brain and make the daily battles with parkinson’s a little bit easier, to give him that all important reason to get up on the morning, to make his life worth living. Andy has learned how to say NO to gving up \ NO to depression and apathy \ NO to following willingly the road of decline that stretches before him. he learned that to say no to all of these things all one has to do is say yes. Andy has learned to just say YES to life/\\