So I was thinking (I know, thinking can be dangerous.) What am I going to blog on today?
My brain said, “Nothing.”
“What? I have to blog on something,” I replied.
“Not today. I don’t feel like it,” my brain said.
“But I promised my readers and myself I would. I told Heather I was blogging 3 times a week. I can’t just not blog.”
My brain shrugged. (Okay use your imagination on that one.) “It’s too much work.”
“Well, Brain,” I said, “some times we have to do things we don’t want to do.”
“Then you do it without me.”
“Hmm. That’s a thought.” Then I realized that without my brain’s cooperation, I wasn’t going to think of anything.
“Okay, Brain. You win.”
Some days are just like that. No matter how much you want to do something, it just doesn’t work.
Have a happy day! ☺
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