Posts Tagged With: Ouija Board socks

Day 2384: 2 c or not 2 c

Yesterday, I chose to see this at a hospital parking lot …

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… and it occurred to me that we choose what to see and what not to see.

For example, because my eye was red yesterday …

 

… I chose 2  C  several eye-related things.

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Because I have an unusual heart, I often choose 2 C heart-related things.

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Because it’s Pride Week, I chose 2 C this:

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Because I want to avoid collisions, I chose 2 C these:

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Here are more things I chose 2 C yesterday:

 

Were U able 2 C that these socks …

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… are Ouija Board socks?  I choose 2 C that those socks are 4 people who want 2 C into the future.

I choose 2 C that Prince‘s song “I Would Die 4 U” is on YouTube, at least 4 now:

I also choose 2 C that Prince’s birthday is tomorrow, June 7.   I also choose 2 C that tomorrow is the start of the Northeastern Society for Group Psychotherapy’s annual conference in Boston.

What do you choose 2 C and not 2 C in today’s blog post?

I always choose 2 C gratitude, so thanks 2 all who helped me 2 create this “2 C or not 2 C” post and — of course! — 2 U!

 

 

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Day 2112: What aren’t you doing right now?

What aren’t you doing right now?

What I’m not doing includes the following:

  • reading the news,
  • driving a car,
  • speaking,
  • worrying about the future,
  • regretting the past, and
  • anything else besides creating this blog post.

Whenever we choose to do anything, there are an infinite number of things that we aren’t doing.  If we focus on what we aren’t doing, rather than on what we are doing, there are infinite reasons to believe that we’re not doing enough or that we’re not doing the right thing.

Here’s something else I’m not doing right now: taking photographs. However, I am sharing these:

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I’m also not

  • wearing Ouija Board socks,
  • drinking tea,
  • being bitten by  sea lions or cats,
  • looking for our shy cat Harley,
  • waving a magic wand,
  • blushing,
  • writing new lyrics or music, or
  • playing the ukulele.

However, I am sharing this:

Whatever you’re not doing right now — like commenting — you can do soon, if you choose.

I am now doing this: expressing gratitude to all who helped me create this post and — of course! — YOU.

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Day 2098: Who are the good male role models now?

Yesterday morning, I posted this question on my Facebook page:

Who are the good male role models now?

I got many interesting responses, but, for this blog post, I will include only the first two comments:

We are raising, them, Ann

… which I loved and

Of the people you blog about, several of your doctors, Michael, your father, Aaron and some of your regular readers. Outside of your blog, many who are unsung and Mr Rogers.

… which I also loved.

I did not consciously take photos of good male role models yesterday. Do you see any role models here?

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Before I say “Good bye” for today, let’s see what YouTube has for “Good Male Role Models.”

There’s this:

There’s this:

There’s this:

And there’s this, which is a collection of videos from The Pixel Project’s “Who is Your Male Role Model?” (Please click the link in the previous sentence.)

 

Who are the good male role models now, my good readers?

Thanks to all who helped me create today’s blog post and — of course! — YOU.

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