Day 3208: What’s stuck in your head?

Many things can get stuck in our heads, including

  • songs,
  • what people have said,
  • what people have done,
  • worst fears,
  • negativity,
  • beliefs, and
  • hope.

What’s stuck in my head right now is that I asked several question on Twitter yesterday about things that can get stuck in our heads.

Some things that get stuck in our heads can keep us stuck. I hope we can let go of those things and move on.

Which of these other images might get stuck in your head?

It’s stuck in my head that it might take 42 cups of coffee to pay attention to all the things people are commemorating on October 13, 2021.

Here’s the song that was stuck in my head yesterday:

What’s stuck in your head, here and now?

I hope my gratitude for you sticks in your head today!

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24 thoughts on “Day 3208: What’s stuck in your head?

  1. Awaiting test results. No distractions working.

  2. National Yorkshire Pudding Day is now stuck in my head. Surely every day should be Yorkshire Pudding Day!

  3. Your neighborhood and your former neighborhood seem to go in for Halloween in a big way. It seems there is a great sense of mischievous fun and spirit there so I always enjoy your Halloween photos very much.

    It’s hard to believe that it’s already October 13th. I still feel like it’s late August, even though our furnace is broken and it’s pretty chilly inside our house right now. The cat and I are under a stack of blankets. But still, I am not quite getting everyday done within a day, even if I’ve finished all my tasks. What happens if we simply don’t agree with the date? The colors are changing, though. Maybe I will start to believe.

  4. I am a bit worried about William Shatner’s safety today. I hope he is not feeling pressured.

  5. puella33

    A lot of things are stuck in that head of mine, Ann 😉

  6. I think I saw some poison ivy in one of your pictures, and now it’s stuck in my head that I hope you avoided it.

  7. Nothing is stuck in my head at the moment. It is something like bliss!

  8. it’s stuck in my head that one of the skeletons in our pics is on the ground and has fallen apart.

  9. It’s stuck in my head that I am missing another gorgeous fall in New England, a time of year I have always adored. 90 degrees and palm trees in mid October just doesn’t feel right….🙄

  10. I have so many things rattling around in my head these days, Ann!

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