When I found out this week was a free-for-all, I had all sorts of wild ideas for today’s subject. I could talk about passive-aggressiveness! Or I could talk about oppositional defiance *raises her hand*. Or I could talk about writing and how fulfilling and frustrating it can be.
Then I sat down at the keyboard and my brain started chanting, “Toga! Toga! Toga!” because apparently, I don’t want to talk about anything of any importance. Are you surprised? I’m not. Sometimes I just like to sit back and let my mind think it’s warped, twisted, humorous thoughts without pondering anything heavy and meaningful.
Don’t get me wrong, I like to think deep thoughts. I can sit down and chat about physics, history, religion, government, and pretty much anything people around me want to talk about, but sometimes I just like to drift. It’s in this drifting that I come across some hilarious scenarios, or remember horribly embarrassing things I’ve done in my life. Those are often the moments I start laughing to myself (and yes, I do get weird looks, but who cares?).
So, take a moment and let your mind drift. Think of silly things, or think about how you once stuck a Mardi Gras bead up your nose and then told your mother about it so she freaked out…*cough* And while you’re drifting, listen to this: