I just told my brother to put a banana on his cut… I meant bandaid.
My brain. It has the dumb.
“Child,’ said the Lion, ‘I am telling you your story, not hers. No one is told any story but their own.”
C.S. Lewis - The Horse and His Boy (via blissfulbeardsdoitbest)
My mom told me the quote a year ago. I was struggling so hard with comparing my walk with others, noticing the differences and citing the unfairness. I felt I was given harder things to go through, tougher treatment, and it pissed me off, really. She said this to me to remind me that my walk is mine, and that’s what I need to worry about. Not everyone else.
I’m so tired right now I can’t even type. Words I didn’t mean to type keep ending up on the page… It’s like thinking though quick sand…
Could we just have one more snow day? I know that this Friday is March Break, but I am tired now… I also could use the time to get my marking done before the break… so I could actually have, you know, a break.
Did people use the phrase “how hard could it be” in St. Louis in the early 1950s? Hendrik Hertzberg on a program that catches language anachronisms in television shows like “Masters of Sex”: http://nyr.kr/1mxcF7X
Top Brain Bottom Brain Quiz
Interesting quiz—knowing my MBTI type, I guessed that this would be my mode.
Tendency Not To Rely on Top/Tendency To Rely on Bottom
You think in situational Perceiver Mode: you tend to interpret what is experienced, put it in context, and understand the implications, but you are particularly context dependent.
I played around with the quiz and found it was easy to get Mover and Adaptor Modes, but Stimulator mode was trickier. Maybe it’s just because I don’t understand that mindset.