I don’t want to bore you, but yesterday morning I heard Stevie Wonder singing about not wanting to bore you either:
Personally, I’m not bored, at all, and I wonder why so many people worry about being boring. People are SO interesting, as I hope you can see in these photos from yesterday:
I don’t want to bore you with it, but Michael cooked a new fish last night.
I don’t want to bore you with this story, but when I was in my first year at college, one of my professors told us on the first day of class that he would not remember any of our names and quoted a biology professor saying, “Whenever I remember the name of a student, I forget the name of a fish.”
I don’t want to you bore you with this, but I can’t remember the name of that new fish Michael cooked last night.
I don’t want to bore you with this, but
- I get my teeth cleaned every three months because I got endocarditis three times in my life,
- I’m getting my teeth cleaned today,
- I haven’t gotten endocarditis for ten years,
- I’m seeing my cardiologist Dr. Deeb Salem next week about my very unusual heart, and
- I’m doing fine, even if I worry at times.
I don’t want to bore you with it, but I’m in the photo at the beginning of this post:
I don’t want to bore you by quoting more lyrics of the Stevie Wonder song but “I don’t want to bore you with it, but I love you, I love you, I love you.”