These are the things I write in the notes section of my phone when I think of them. Most of the time when I’m waiting in line at the grocery store, stuck in traffic, or just hanging out in my hammock.
Insights that come to mind out of the blue.
Unrelated bits of useless information.
Wisdom nuggets that appeared from out of nowhere.
1-Speaking of grocery stores, why didn’t the pandemic cause drive-through grocery store windows to be created? If you only need one thing and have a case of COVID at home, wouldn’t it be simpler to just drive up and place an order?
2-Does anyone else have cookies for breakfast (aka-cookie breakfast) the day after making them, or is that just our house?
3- Old shopping malls should be converted into museums…about shopping malls.
4- I keep a Deleted Parts folder in my Google Docs to save items I wrote that I couldn’t use in posts, letters, emails, and so on that I might want to keep for later.
5-Do we give the entire procedure of getting a pet and removing it from its family much thought before we get one?
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6- Does anyone remember when newscasters could provide their own commentary during the broadcast?
7- Google is compensated for the first link that appears in a search. Use that information however you see fit.
8: Our child’s doctor told us that you can take Benadryl by mouth to treat mosquito bites.
9- I demand that all vomiting scenes in movies and television shows include trigger warnings.
10- When copying and pasting, the “cut” button is too close to the “copy” button.