Day 3362: What is it? And why

What is it and why did I take a photo of this yesterday?

I took that photo in CVS because it spoke to me. I ask lots of questions on Twitter and maybe I’ll ask that someday.

What is it with me and why did I ask this question last night on Twitter?

What is it about these questions that have no answers and why don’t they?

What is it and why did I not tape my husband Michael driving our cat Joan crazy yesterday by whispering “what is it? What is it? What is it?” over and over again when she was on top of the microwave?

What is it and why does Joan flail around so much when Michael is whispering “What is it? What is it? What is it?” to her?

What is it and why do I share so many images on my blog?

What is it and why do these National Days exist? What is National Spinach Day and why is that every day for me? It’s because I need to eat the same amount of Vitamin K daily as I take Coumadin because of my mechanical heart valve, and I do that by eating spinach.

Here’s what I find on YouTube when I search for “what is it and why.”

What is it and why am I saying thank you?

It’s because I’m grateful to all who help me blog every day, including YOU.

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9 thoughts on “Day 3362: What is it? And why

  1. Don’t ask me. I’m as much in the dark as you are, probably more so!

  2. I love these obscure holidays, not sure why, but I find them a good way to lighten up a day

  3. I’m constantly asking questions without answers, and time is one of my favorite topics. Also, I’ve always loved that quote from the Lord of the Rings. Thanks for sharing your thoughts & photos. Pretty kitty!

  4. We’ll never know why our cherished rescue mutt Ellie still flails around and whimpers with nightmares, either, Ann.

  5. I didn’t know that Easter lilies are toxic to cats. Thanks for the warning!

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