As a therapist and a human being, I get colossally curious about people, their thoughts, their feelings, and their behaviors.
Yesterday, when I was walking outside with my colossally beloved friend Barbara during a curiously and colossally windy yet sunny day, we decided to get shelter from the wind by going into the Stone Zoo, where I saw this sign:
My birthday was in February and Barbara’s was in March, and in case people are getting colossally curious about how old we are, I will say that we have been celebrating birthdays with each other for over six decades. When we paid the zoo admission yesterday, we agreed that I would get Barbara’s ticket and she would get mine, which might have seemed colossally curious to the cashier.
Once we were inside the zoo, I got colossally curious about people’s wanting to spend time in a hurricane simulator that had 78 mile per hour winds …
… but I guess the winds that day weren’t colossal enough for them.
While we were at the zoo, Barbara told me that her favorite animal these days is our cat, Joan, which is not so colossally curious to me.
Are you getting colossally curious about my other images for today?
I get colossally curious about these National and World Days, and I’m hoping to listen to a film score (and maybe find some chocolate mousse) on World Party Day.
I find this on YouTube when I search for “get colossally curious” …
… and this:
I am colossally curious about the comments I’m going to get about this post.
Colossal thanks to all who help me stay curious enough to create this daily blog, including YOU.