I worked on my jacket most of yesterday (minus a trip out for more thread and some soup-making), which meant I had lots of time to just…think. Of course I have to think about sewing while I’m doing it, but pinning a seam at this point doesn’t take all my attention, giving me time to come up with thoughts like these:
“Mankind has never really domesticated fish, not like cows or dogs. I wonder if it would work.”
“It makes it easier for Jane Eyre to marry Rochester after she’s come into her inheritance and has money of her own, so she’s not utterly dependent. Pretty forward-thinking for 1847, Charlotte Bronte.”
“I wonder if people buy Labradoodle dogs just for the name ‘Labradoodle.’ “
Au contraire- check out http://www.loldogs.net, http://www.loldawgz.com, or bordom.net/tag/loldogs.
On second thought, after looking at these pages, I think I do find cats funnier. Which I suppose is why I have a kitty at home and not a doggy.
Re: recognizing anyone at organ recital- I suppose it depends on the organ recital you went to. If it was Sunday at the Cathederal, yes, you would recognize someone there. Any other recital, no guarantees.
Because there is no internet meme known as “LOLDogs” to use as blog fodder, Anonymous.
Another random wondering: If I were to go an organ recital, would I recognize anyone there?
mr isbell, Better Living seems to be incommunicado today so may I ask you a question? Why do you suppose she always posts pictures of cats but always writes about dogs? She never writes about cats and never posts pictures of dogs. Just something I’ve noticed and wondered about…
Um…Yeah, what the last guy said!
Oh, and *OF COURSE* they get labradoodles just for the name! What use does a dog with that kind of name have EXCEPT it’s name?
Ergo the importance of hobbies.
I find having thoughts like these are a true indication that I have detached enough from my everyday workaholic stress-filled reality to enable my mind to wander to such esoteric (yet no less important) ramblings.
It’s really just a validation of the healthful effects of hobbies. Organ recitals make me feel the same way…of which there is another this Sunday.