Welcome to my mind July 26, 2012 I tried to get the original source but couldn’t find the author. Please let me know if you have it Share this:PinterestFacebookTwitterLike this:Like Loading... Related
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You’re never articulate, you’re just still thinking. Love this. :)
he he yeah.
I get weird looks from people around me all the time cause I start a sentence but when I’m done, it doesn’t make any sense. Of, course, what I’ve done is compress the line of thought into a few words (which in my mind makes total sense cause of course it’s MY line of thought) but is gibberish to them.
Those who know me well, just smile and make the “you did it again” face
I’m sitting here thinking about the money I am spending on my youngest son’s speech therapy to help him slow down and complete a thought. Oh god, he’s me! He doesn’t need therapy!! he needs room to let the thoughts follow whatever path they have in his head. :)
I’m afraid you’re right…
Ha! That drawing is perfect. Sounds like my brain as well.
This is so true! And when you’re writing, it’s hard to pick and choose which sub-thoughts to use.
Tell me about it. I’ve been trying to write a blog post for the last TWO hours. Still half way through :(
I know!!!! :P
Heh – I don’t have it (the source) but I definitely have it (the thinking weirdness). Thanks for the chuckle.
You’re welcome! :)
Me too SSG! And this is so clearly presented! :)
This is. So. True. *shreek*
Ah, so THAT’S what my brain looks like in cartoon form! :P
well, well, well… look who’s alive! ;)
Yeah, well, I’m not a very supportive BF if I’m not dropping by to cheer you on. ;)
We have a saying in Spanish, something like “look what the tide brought in”. Is there such a saying in English?
Yep: “look what the cat dragged in.”
I like that one better! :)
I was riding a wace car.
I need to give her a hug RIGHT NOW!
I double-like. Is this really the way brains work? Mine too.
Not all brains but mine does work like that :)