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Thursday, August 25, 2011

Random Thought Thursday

Sing like there's no one listening. Or write, or paint, or dance like there's no one watching.

Be you, be free.

And remember what the White Queen said to Alice in Through the Looking-Glass, "Why, sometimes I've believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast!"

Here is today's list of six impossible things. (This will be a random reoccurring list.)
1. Sliding on a rainbow.
2. Having tea with George Harrison
3. June arriving in January
4. Dogs meowing like cats
5. Tadpoles turning into birds
6. Seedless strawberries (although I suppose they could be genetically altered)

Got any impossible things you'd like to share?

15 comments:

  1. That dog is adorable! :) My impossible thing: chairs that fly. (I've got something for you on my blog.)

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  2. Sliding on a rainbow would be AWESOME. Then I'd like to find a big pot of gold when I reached the rainbow's end!

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  3. I did kind of experience June in January once. I was at college in WI. The temp hit 70 and people were wearing shorts. Friends had gone to Jamaica for January for a marine bio seminar, haha-ing at us poor schmucks who couldn't escape the snow. Well, they didn't have the last laugh. :)

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  4. Blinking like Bewitched and traveling to wherever I want to go...in an instant.

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  5. That dog video tears me up. What a ham!!!! What a poignant example of a happening of the impossible.
    Manzanita@Wannabuyaduck

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  6. How about cat that barks like a dog? :-)

    http://wherethecatis.blogspot.com/2011/08/barking-cat.html

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  7. That dog is hilarious!

    I love the list of impossible things. Although I usually like to think of all the possible things. ;)

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  8. impossible things are the fuel of all imagination. I like to think of as many as I can as often as I can.
    I think about bushes that bloomed cupcakes. I think about days that were as long or as short as we ordered them to be. Now wouldn't that be nice!

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  9. Greece without bureaucracy! LOLOL

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  10. Me going back to age 12 and starting life over from there. Of course, I would also know then what I know now. I would have started my writing career earllier.

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  11. Oooh, I like the thought of tadpoles turning into birds. That would make a terrific story.

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  12. 1) Writing a perfect book in a single draft.

    2) Having a conversation with a redwood tree.


    Loved all of your impossibles; they were delightful. And congratulations on getting the award from Mel. I knew she's pass it to you.

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  13. Sliding on a rainbow is something I'd love to do. Closing my eyes are opening them only to arrive in another place is something else that would be lovely. Have a good weekend.

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  14. I would love to hear what my cats are thinking...

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Your Random Thoughts are most welcome!