Monday’s Miscellaneous on Tuesday

May 8, 2012 by

Monday’s Miscellaneous on Tuesday

-Things seem busy, busy, busy…but really they aren’t, they just seem that way.

-My wrist has spontaneously combusted. I guess I shouldn’t be surprised, it’s been a few months since my person has decided to randomly break itself so I guess it’s about time, but it’s still not pleasing.

-Apparently I have a ganglion cyst on my wrist (doesn’t that sound really gross!), which explains at least in part why it’s been hurting for a few weeks. It is also called a “Bible bump”, the reason? Well, back in the day, the “cure” for this type of thing was to find the biggest book in the house (generally the Bible) and smack the offending wrist until the cyst broke. Ew and Ow! The problem is that the “cure” rarely makes it go away long term, so it doesn’t seem like a wise course of action in my mind.

-Today I saw a guy “skinning” a mattress on the side of the road. That might not be the technical term, but it’s what it looked like.

-On Sunday the window on my car decided to open but not close. I was an hour away from home so I was dreading the ride home at night with the wind blowing in my fully open window. However, it was surprisingly refreshing to have the heat on full blast and the window open. Not something I would do just for the fun of it, but not nearly as bad as I anticipated.

-Ever feel like people just aren’t listening to you when you talk? (This is no reference to any blog posts, rather actual conversations I’ve had with people recently who have shown obvious signs of zoning out.)

-That’s all I’ve got.

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3 Comments

  1. You are so funny. In a good way.

  2. pat kapsak

    Keep on keeping on ! I’m listening !! Not just on here either. hugs

  3. Dan

    ah haha. Those were some random thoughts there, but I enjoyed them. Especially the visual of someone skinning a mattress on the side of the road.

    Looking forward to seeing everyone for the celebration weekend!

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