I just searched for a definition of “brain space” online and and found this…
… and this:
I actually meant “brain space” and I asked a question about it last night on Twitter.
We over-thinkers often give too much brain space to difficult people and situations we can’t control. Here’s a famous quote from Ann Landers about that:
What’s taking up brain space for me, here and now, is an echocardiogram test I’m having this afternoon. I’m hoping the results show my mechanical valve working properly, because needing another open heart surgery would take up way too much brain space.
Home repairs and potential problems also take up too much brain space, but I’m working on that.
Can you see other things taking up brain space in my images for today?
Today, I choose to give brain space to cats and Winnie the Pooh.
Here’s what I find when I search YouTube for “brain space.”
That Scrubs clip about Dr. Cox’s brain space reminds me of a college professor telling his class that he was not going to learn any of the names of his students “because whenever I remember a student’s name, I forget the name of a fish.”
I always have brain space for gratitude, so thanks to all who helped me find the brain space to create this blog post, including YOU.
I’ve now allowed some of the space in my brain to wishing for good results in your important heart test today, Ann.