|Courtesy of Jack Handey|
These occur in one of three places...
There is something about your heart racing, sweating profusely, gasping for air and feeling like you're about to die, that makes you feel so alive. And this is when my brain surges with ideas. The first of which is always, "Why the hell don't I just stop exercising?" Actually, that's the first 10 ideas. But, if I can ignore those and press on and become a little delusional from lack of oxygen, eventually I'll come up with a creative idea. Or I'll pass out. Whichever happens first.
Oh, every time I go into the shower I plan to be quick, conserve water and thus single-handedly save the planet, but that's never what happens. NEVER. I get under that warm (ok, scaldingly hot) water and my mind drifts. And I ponder all kinds of things. While I think about the world and how I'm going to hell for using too much hot water and how other people don't have clean drinking water, I will inevitably shave one leg and forget to shave the other. Cause first world problems.
You know how sometimes you're in your car and you start driving on autopilot and you don't even realize where you're driving to because it's like your minivan could drive there itself? Yeah, I know it's bad! I know I shouldn't be daydreaming while I'm driving, but as John Lennon said...."You may say I'm a dreamer, but I'm not the only one." Be honest, you know you do this too. Wait, you DO do this too, right?
What do all these things have in common?
You can't write anything down when you're doing them! Which is why I don't have any record of any of my brilliant ideas. Because I forget them before I can document them. And if I don't have anything to show for my deep thoughts, it's like I didn't even have any at all.
These have been not-so-deep-thoughts by Marie