Deep Thoughts for the Weekend

Friday, May 7, 2010

Last night I kept waking up and having what I considered REALLY profound and deep thoughts. I wrote them down (which is the first time I had ever done that), so lucky for you you can take my wisdom with you this weekend:

  • "Ballerina's would never make it if it weren't for God and fears that chase them into walls"

  • "Losing weight isn't like losing weight"

  • "If I eat a loaf of bread, there will never be enough for mail."

  • "People are like socks that hide in deep burrows"

Yes. I know. My insights are too much for you to handle.

Scott and I are doing a divide and conquer routine this weekend for Mother's Day, and we are so excited to see our family's. Between him and I there will be 5K's, too much food, first birthday parties, and maybe a little letterboxing. Anyway, if there's a lull in the blogging this weekend, that's why. We are going to be busy busy busy. Also, hopefully there's sunshine where we're going this weekend since it's NOT showing me the love here.

Snow in May = I live in hell frozen over.


  1. Hope you have an awesome weekend!!!

  2. Yay! I love sleep-writings! It's one of my favorite things in the world to wake up and find some note scribbled somewhere near my bed. Here are a few of my favorite poetic thoughts I've found in the past:

    "Hit me like you did with some extra big electrical tub."

    "Bridges don't give companions sweaters."

    "The air was hot. Ants and bees assaulted the windows. There was a stench on the tongue of every anteater that would make any human close their mouth in fear of death."

    The last one is my favorite.


I like to hear all of the beautiful things you have to say.