… you see lines and rows, squares and cubes. But where are all the zig-zags?
NAW! Whaddoy’know! Just above me head….
Excellent zigzags, and thanks for the Just Snaps pingback.
And you’re welcome! 😀
ha en fin dag!
( här kom just en skur och lite åska…men det skulle behövas lite mer tror jag! )
Här är det i stort sett jämngrått idag. Men lugnt o fiiint!
Allt kom igår!!!! hehe…
We miss so much when we don’t look up.
Yes! True! And even more when we don’t actually see what we are looking at.
yes true… and lately I see too many people engrossed in their smart phones that they are missing everything -including people and traffic!
I think it was on Facebook I saw a picture of 6-7 youngsters walking after one another in a row at a pavement, all of them looking down at their smartphones. It’s actually quite frightening!
Yes it is. I see that here as people cross the road! Crossing the road is dangerous enough as it is when you are looking!
Sorry I’ve been so long with this comment! Time flies you know (and not necessary because you’re happy…)
It’s a wonder that not more accidents occur
No worries… we are all busy. When we were traveling and home this summer we couldn’t always get on the internet, so I know it is hard sometimes.
Yes I too wonder how there are not more accidents as people only look down.
I can’t excuse myself that I haven’t got internet access. But sometimes I just get so tired in my head. Lika can’t think properly, less write something. Due to the old burn-out probably. Seem never to be able to come over that to 100%
Yes I know that too… sometimes it flows and others I sit and stare and the words just don’t come. That is human I guess.
My mind goes totally blank… stress-blank…
Time to get outside and away from the computer 😉
The computer has nothing to do with that. It’s the old Burn-out!
We had a speaker at work and he said an author he knows escapes the house when brain freeze comes and just observes things around them and it sometimes sparks a new idea… With the immediate feedback of technology today I think we can also put too much pressure on ourselves to create quickly. Brains are old fashioned and sometimes just need think time and time to process. Take it easy!
I know the thing about braine freeze. When there is too much information or noise och stimulants around me, I just go blank. Nature is good but just being left alone to my own thoughts is the best. In peace and quiet by myself.
You take it easy!!!
I agree… alone, quiet time really recharges you. In 2 days I will have a class full of little noise makers, so I must enjoy the quiet now 🙂
enjoy that as much and often as you can!
Hope you’re feeling alright!
I have been recovering from a bad cold, but on the mend. Everything is ready, and if not oh well. The little ones are coming before I know it! 😉
These awful colds. Mine always go to the muscles and joints and last for a looooooooong time. I hate it! I would rather sneeze and have sore throat et.cet than this stiffness, fatigue and pain in the body.
That does not sound fun. I get that sometimes and my physiotherapist said cold/illness will often settle in your weak points. When I got most of my neck and back problems sorted it did help. My colds lately keep me awake at night and sometimes cause laryngitis 😦 Both not fun when you are a teacher.
Yes thats true! And since I have fibromyalgia the whole body is involved. For the time being my worst parts are the lower back and all around the hips. But it streches all the way up to the neck and also down the legs.
Ouch… nothing worse than feeling achy and bad all the time. Hope you feel better soon.
So do I! So do I!
🙂 sending good thoughts your way
And me to you! ❤
Tackar! Var ju bara tvungen ha lite roligt med den också. Även om vanliga tegelväggar kan vara nog så fantastiska i sig själva.
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