I apologize ahead of time. But I simply must get this zany jocosity out of my gullet before it weighs down my mental creative endorphins, casting me into a twilight sleeplessness or stranger things – the t.v. show.
It’s so important to study science and learn new things. I often wondered what effect the sun may have on blogging. But, for goodness sake, causing those who can read to go blind? I had no idea! Not long ago some wise and learned scholar shared with me the knowledge as to how blogging too often can suck all the ideas from your head and cause the brain to collapse! I had no idea! The brain is very important! It’s needed to keep the head inflated and separate the ears! I learned that much from my college days. I paid cash for my undergrad degree. Just so I could prove I had it.
I took creative writing classes with emphasis on science fiction. At the same time I enrolled in some hard science classes to know the difference. It didn’t help. Both subjects had the same scholar teaching both subjects. In the same classroom. With the same text book. I decided I should drop one. Guess which I dropped. Yep, you guessed it.
And I’m going to drop this right now before that nurse tells me again to “come down from that garret and stop playing with that old typewriter!” Whoop-sheeesh. Can’t have any fun around here at Summerville. Even the meds are boring and all the same color – dull grey.
- Sorry, but I can’t – won’t – sign off on this one. I didn’t see it – I didn’t know it was here – I’m not here now. But I sure had fun doing it. And I know I shouldn’t post it. And you know that’s a sure sign that I’m gonna dood it anyway.
“stop deceiving yourselves. If you think you are wise by this world’s standards, you need to become a fool to be truly wise.” 1 Corinthians 3:18
If I make of myself to be a fool, let me be known as a fool for Christ.
For as it is written, “The Lord knows the thoughts of the wise are foolishness.” 1 Cor. 3:20
Don’t believe me? Check it out for yourself.
While you’re there have a look at 1 Corinthians 1:26-31 just to drive the nail all the way into the wood.