Day 3084: My mind

Today’s blog is brought to you by my mind and by The Daily Bitch Calendar.

Yesterday, my mind tried to set Twitter on fire with flying thoughts about popular proverbs and other matters:

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My mind was very occupied facilitating two Coping and Healing therapy groups yesterday, so I hope you don’t mind that I have only three photos of the outdoors to share today.

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There are usually songs going through my mind and I’m noticing that there are lots of songs with “mind” in the title. Here, according to ranker.com, is #1:

My mind went to “Georgia on my Mind” which was #43 on ranker.com’s list, which blows my mind!

My mind will answer any comments your mind leaves, below.

My mind, as always, is filled with gratitude, so thanks to all the minds that help me pull these blog posts out of my mind every day, including yours!

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10 thoughts on “Day 3084: My mind

  1. Some say I have a split personality but I’m in two minds about that!

  2. I am sure your Coping and Healing groups felt very supported by you and I hope everyone heals well

  3. i think that yard sales are as american institution as they come. i never mind the signs or the effort.

  4. There’s so much on my mind right now I don’t know where to begin, but several years ago on Says You! they played a round of Shakespeare contradicting himself. One of the lines was from Othello, “Who steals my purse steals trash; ’tis something, nothing; /’Twas mine, ’tis his, and has been slave to thousands; /But he that filches from me my good name/Robs me of that which not enriches him,/And makes me poor indeed.”
    They contrasted that with Juliet’s “A rose by any other name would smell as sweet.”
    I can’t get it out of my head that these two thoughts aren’t really contradictory. Smearing a person’s reputation is very different from changing the name of a rose.

  5. It Never Entered My Mind (Rodgers and Hart 1940)

  6. Your mind is quick and clever, Ann. I love the dialogue you hold on Twitter. Kudos!

    • In my mind, it takes one quick and clever person to know another one, Debra, and thank you for the lovely kudos.

  7. You need to get your mind a comfy sofa so it can contemplate in a relaxed mood.

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