I’m drawing a blank, this morning, on what to write about.
Perhaps I’m drawing a blank because — instead of blanking out and relaxing, the way I usually do on a Saturday — I’ll be attending a retreat of group therapy leaders.
Perhaps I’m drawing a blank because I know that my mind might go blank, today, when it’s my turn to speak. Even though I’m experienced in groups, my mind can go blank (especially if anybody in the group has a blank expression).
Perhaps I’m drawing a blank because I saw these, yesterday:
I also saw this yesterday:
If you’re drawing a blank for the answer to “Why didn’t the skeleton cross the road?” just fill in these blanks:
_ _ _ _ _ _
If nobody fills in those blanks, I will do so later (after I return at ____ o’clock from the all-day group therapy retreat).
I’d like to find the words, now, to express how difficult it’s been to insert blanks into this blankety-blank post, but my mind’s a blank.
Was I shooting blanks when I took these other photos yesterday?
Here’s what somebody whose name is _____ said, last night, about “Poverty is unnecessary day.”
Next month, perhaps Whole Foods will be advertising “cancer is superfluous day.”
When I tried to reply to that, my mind went blank.
What music makes your mind go blank?
Please fill in the blanks below this post with a comment, even if your mind’s a blank.
I’m drawing a blank on how to end this post, so …
106 has a lot of blanks, doesn’t it?