<ok so most of these turned out to be “questions” versus “thoughts” but they are all still quite random…>
- Why do I always feel surprised when a stranger passing me by in the parking lot says “Good morning, how are you?” We should all do that more often, I think. Put a smile on my face as I walked into the office today.
- Why does using a plastic knife become increasingly more difficult the closer to the bottom of the peanut butter jar you get?
- Does anyone else get skeeved out when a banana gets too “banana-ry?” <–yes, that is the technical term
- Somehow – and it happens every time – the holiday cups at Starbucks make me smile. Just seeing them makes me giddy. Could be because I’m also a caffeine-addict, but those red cups man, they are something else.
- Why does it always get so awkward in the elevator? Nobody wants to look at eachother, or daresay – say “hello, how are you?” It’s like everyone is just nervously waiting for that door to open so they can get the hell outta there as fast as possible. Are we *that* antisocial as a society??
- Have you ever described a workout as “puke-worthy?” As in, OMG I just might throw-up all over this spin bike. Just me? Nah, didn’t think so. 😉
- Does anyone else find themselves victim to e-newsletter overload? If you’re like me and also suffer from said newsletter-overload-syndrome, are you also guilty of not clicking the “unsubscribe” button at the bottom of those newsletters because that would take MUCH longer than scrolling through mountains of newsletters to get to your “real” email. Um, right.
- Do you ever find yourself dazing off and next thing you know, you’re mentally planning your workouts for the next week? Yeah, I *never* do that. 😉
- Why does it always seem to take longer and longer for Friday to arrive the colder and more winter-y it gets?
On that note, happy Friday everyone. I hope you enjoyed my randomness today. Clearly feeling a wee bit slap-happy so thanks for bearing with me on this post. heh.
And, feel free to pile on with your random thoughts, I’d love to know I’m not nearly as alone in my randomness as I think. 😉