Saturday, March 7, 2020


In the morning when I was walking around getting dressed for the day I had a couple of important thoughts, and in between those thoughts I had an unimportant thought which I would like to tell you about.

I would love to tell you about the important thoughts, but I don't remember them. They have gone to the beautiful heaven of forgotten thoughts where they lounge comfortably on the clouds and listen to harp music.

You don't like harp music?

Oh, harp music can be very lovely. 

Here, just listen to a few seconds of this:



Now where was I?

Ooops. Now I forgot the unimportant thought I was going to tell you too!

Where does it go?

Don't worry. It goes to the candyland of forgotten unimportant thoughts where it lounges upon a velvet recliner listening to flute music.


  1. Thank you, I'm very partial to Mozart and OK with harp music. However, when the music started, Mr. Gerry Mander bit me and left the room. Benjamin Franklin Pussycat, however, came over and sat down next to the computer. Can't please everyone!

    I also like the ideas about lost thoughts. I hope wherever mine go, they have LOTS of storage.

    1. That seems about right for cats. It might be a mistake to make any interpretations.

      I'm glad you liked my sort of accidental idea. I sort of do too. It's nice to think they go somewhere. Big place if so.


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