I often feel unprepared, so I was unprepared to see this on a white board yesterday:
I erased “unprepared …” to prepare the board for the topics raised by the members of the Wednesday morning therapy group:
Are you unprepared or prepared for television, the paranormal, travel, gratitude, hope, sleep, pain, noise, too much, too little, what’s going on, advertising, commercials, cold weather, fortune telling, preferences, traffic, reasons, relatives, pros, cons, expectations, art, self care, care of others, falling, keeping people in check, the news, banks, food, nourishment, referendums, cars, healing, what people say, what people don’t say, work, tests, the hospital, where you are, tears, laughter, psychics, the future, the past, or the present?
Unprepared for my other photos from yesterday?
Are you unprepared for fall, for a cinnamon fig latte, or for seeing a duck in the clouds? What are you unprepared for, here and now?
I am prepared to say that when I am unprepared, I fake it until I make it.
I was unprepared to stay up this late on a Wednesday night, but the fourth Boston Red Sox/Houston Astros Playoff game is still going on at 1:09 AM.
I was also unprepared for Andrew Benintendi’s spectacular game-ending catch that preserved the win for the Red Sox.
Does this YouTube video show an Unprepared Psychic, as advertised?
Here‘s Another Song Called “Anthem” by UnPrepared:
Are you prepared to sing or say that “tomorrow will be better” like UnPrepared does there?
Even if you feel unprepared, consider leaving a comment.
As always, I am prepared to express thanks to all who helped me create this post and to you — of course! — for reading it.