Day 1902: What I Know/What I Don’t Know

What I know, here and now, includes the following:

What I don’t know, here and now, includes the following:

  • What you might put on your lists of what you know and what you don’t know.
  • Why I’m avoiding doing my taxes.
  • Whether I’m going to sing new lyrics I wrote to “Mack the Knife” about my Coping and Healing groups at work next week.
  • Who is going to be the next President of the United States.
  • How you might react to my photos from yesterday.






I know that Bugles have way too much saturated fat but I didn’t know they were America’s #1 finger hat.  Now I know.

I know I love this Stephen Sondheim song (which you may or may not know from a six-month-old blog post).

Today I could choose to see a Stephen Sondheim musical at a local university and/or work on my taxes.  I don’t know what I’m going to do.

I know this:  I could do both. I’ll let you know tomorrow.

I don’t know what I would do without the people who help me write this blog.  I know I appreciate all of them, including YOU.


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20 thoughts on “Day 1902: What I Know/What I Don’t Know

  1. When a food has to advertise its success as a finger hat, Ann, I know what I think about that. And still I like to eat Bugles every now and again and have never worn one as a finger hat.

  2. I don’t even know what I don’t know – at least, I think so

  3. I’m wondering if the purpose of this exercise is to help elevate the pressure of needing to be in control. I’d love to know.

  4. Enjoy the Sondheim performance.
    When I consider what I know and what I don’t know it doesn’t bother me so much that thieves get rich and saints get shot. Those are the risks we take in life, and all artists, whether great ones like Sondheim or lesser ones, must take risks.

    • You know me well enough to know I wouldn’t miss that Sondheim performance. I know I always enjoy your comments and I hope you know that too.

  5. Harley, Oscar! What I know is that you’re hiding. What I don’t know is where!

  6. I need to write a poem that starts with “I’m avoiding doing my taxes.”

  7. Your “What I don’t know” list is impressively short! My stretches for miles and miles.

  8. Pingback: Day 1903: Who does that? | The Year(s) of Living Non-Judgmentally

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