|Your Brain's Pattern|
You have a dreamy mind, full of fancy and fantasy.
You have the ability to stay forever entertained with your thoughts.
People may say you're hard to read, but that's because you're so internally focused.
But when you do share what you're thinking, people are impressed with your imagination.
I just thought this would make a good post for the end of 2005. Many people have been wondering about my brain patterns (including myself). I had another nightmare last night. So I got up and played Midtown Madness (a racing game that takes place in the middle of cities--hence the title) on Xbox. Though disturbed by the dream, I was able to win a race I'd never before won. I must be getting better at channeling my energies...
Had lunch with Val today--it was a lot of fun. We just got together and started talking about random things. Don't I do this all the time? Anyway, I spent most of the morning before lunch cracking pecans for some cookies Granny and I are going to make tonight (one of our daredevilish adventures planned for this evening). This so-called "simple living" I'm practicing is about to get ridiculous. And what is so simple about it anyway? I think it's a lot more work to crack the pecans, pick them out, and chop them BEFORE even getting around to baking the cookies-- than just laying down a couple bucks and buying some pecan sandies from the store. And this scarf I keep talking about... I'm knitting it out of this weird, funky, furry-type yarn crap. It looks like roadkill right now. It has looked like roadkill for two weeks now. Maybe it will start looking like a scarf sometime. It's the most difficult substance in the world to knit, too. You know, I really should be taking it easy over break, not challenging myself. That's about all for today, folks. Well, Jasper is fussing because he's hungry and lonely. I better attend to him. However, I won't be able to feed him any tonight, so if anybody gets on here tonight, be sure to feed him a couple fish. Hope everyone has a great new year--stay safe!