posted on: Wednesday, 28 November 2012
I don't see why I can't be exactly like I was when I was 20, just a wiser version (with more disposable income).
I don't see why people need to convince you of their point of view to feel that a conversation has been worthwhile.
I don't see why quirkiness is not a more admired characteristic.
I don't see why I used to be so slovenly when I did not own my own home (my teenage bedroom = bomb shell hit).
I don't see why I am quite so influenced by what I see. Visual input is by far the most important for me. Images and words.
I don't see why every morning when I wake, it is a surprise to me that the sleep time is over.
I don't see why my puppy/dog still chases every bird he sees - even though they can fly and he can't.
I don't see why dropped toast always has to land jam-side down.
I don't see why some people are luckier than others - or do we make our own luck?
I don't see what on earth I did before I owned an iPhone. Single most important thing. Keys and phone. With those I can leave the house: invincible.
I don't see why sometimes it feels like Christmas went from being a fun, cool time with my family to a retail-frenzied marathon. Need to watch 'Polar Express' and re-engage!
I don't see why high thread count sheets aren't made available by some wonderful, benevolent welfare state ;-) They promote well being. I jest; what a third world problem.
I don't see why I can't eat chocolate every day!