Some would call me weird (or just slightly, but we all know that it’s just an attempt at being polite!), and I won’t blame them. Some (and this is true!) have started running to their happy place when I say the words; “You know, I’ve been thinking….” Yes, although they keep a nervous smile on (most of them can’t escape, when this happens, because most times, we’re at work, and Boo boss won’t let them flee home!) I see the distress in their gaze.
You know those thoughts your lovely brains discard automatically to the useless-uninteresting-pointless bin without the slightest afterthought? Well, you wouldn’t know, because they just barely cross your mind, leaving time for quality, productive thinking… My brain feeds on these futile thoughts.
I could keep them for myself, and people probably wish I did. But I just can’t.
We all know that whatever I have been thinking about, they can’t prepare for, because it comes out of nowhere.
I had one of those this morning, after taking my yellow flower picture. But I had no one to share it with. I worked alone, and I figured I could bother you Lovelies with it. Yeah, because whale farts might be funny, but sometimes, my out-of-nowhere thoughts are just strange, period.
So I had just taken the picture for my plant post, and walking back to my office, I started thinking about how many pictures I had taken with my cell phone since I got it. And how a good part of them are vertical pictures, due to the way you usually hold a phone. And how actual cameras have a more horizontal natural position in our hands, therefore, people had to take more horizontal pictures with them… And I wondered…
Did someone sit down, somewhere in this world of ours, to study the influence of the intelligent phones on the ratio of vertical vs horizontal pictures compared to back-in-the-days, when people brought their real camera with them?
I agree, that was too long a phrase. I appologize.
See? Nothing slightly funny here. But I still wondered… I bet there is at least one study out there, that would prove my innate thought right. And I bet that someone would be pleased to know someone else is wondering about his/her work. Because most people probably don’t give a dang about the months making charts, and gathering facts, interviewing people and compliling numbers….
I am that someone! Doesn’t it make me special… a little bit?
Some people use their brains to cure terrible diseases, or to build aircrafts… I don’t. Sorry!