… and the answer is…

Oh, it is happening again.  I am having another case of the “I wonders.”

Yes. It seems the little clinking and clanking is going on in my head once more.  The “Speculation” Segment of my brain is moving about at full tilt.

For instance.

I have dyslexic tendencies. So I am theorizing …If someone is both cross-eyed and dyslexic, can they see okay?

And, on another note (no pun intended in the forthcoming) …. Do you think it is proper of me to use my AM radio during the afternoon?

A bird hit our back window the other day… and it knocked the poor think unconscious. If we see little birdies when we get knocked out…What do little birdies see when they get knocked in the head?

Right now, I am wondering  if the very first dog named “Spot” was a Dalmatian or not.

As a photographer, I know light is made up of photons. When you switch off a light, where in the heck do all the little photons go?

If I need to ship someone a bunch of Styrofoam, I wonder what I should pack it in.

Hey Preble County “Home of the Pork Festival” Folks… Why in the world do we wait until a pig is dead to “cure” it?

Speaking of pigs. I love Virginia Brand Ham. I just can’t understand why it is made in Missouri.

Since we are on the topic of the farm…. When cows laugh really hard, does milk come out their noses? Or perhaps…. they have udder leaks?

When we are waiting on the Cross Walk Signal… why do we press the button six or seven times? Do we think we are fooling it into thinking more people are there?

I’m not sure where you typically sit when you read this Project 368. However….Is reading in the bathroom considered Multi-Tasking?

YOU are impressive…. ALL you Multi-Taskers out there. (Just don’t forget to flush…. )

But back to wondering.

I don’t think we should ever stop wondering.
For through wonder, we begin to seek.
And by seeking, we uncover our own answers.
It is when we find those answers that we come to discover ourselves.

And once that happens, the possibilities become endless.

 

“Worry not that no one knows of you; seek to be worth knowing.” – Confucius

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