Thursday, June 18, 2009

A Glimpse into my mind...

I know a scary thought. ;)

I just thought I would post a train of thought that I had.

Side note:My husband and I do not communicate in the same way and he's constantly wondering how I come to conclusions. Usually this is because I voice the end result of my thoughts without going through the process. You'll understand more after my example. :)

Intro: I work in a multi level building on the 3rd floor. I am terrified of walking up/down the stairs because I am usually in heels and have a hard enough time walking across a smooth surface let alone concrete stairs where no one would find me for hours because they are so seldomly used. So, I ride the elevator. I am unusually shy around people that I do not know so naturally I like getting into elevators by myself so this is where my train of thought starts.

"Sweet! Empty elevator!"

"Wouldn't it suck if I got stuck in the elevator?" (side note again-these elevators are very creeky and are constantly being repaired so this is a legitimate fear) :)

"Would it be worse to be stuck by myself or with a crowd of people?"

Then I proceeded to remember a great scene from You've Got Mail in which Tom Hanks gets stuck in an elevator with his girlfiend/fiance and a small group of people.

"Daisies are such a drab little flower."

I adore this movie.
This is why I don't voice my train of thoughts. Most likely what I would actually voice to Robby, if he were with me, would be "I really want some flowers." He would then look at me a little strangely wondering where that came from. Well, now you know.


Taylor and Kristin Williams said...

This is why we're friends. I totally followed and would have probably had a similar train of thought. Our poor hubbys. :)

"Don't you think daisies are the friendliest flower?" haha!

Jen said...

Love it. My mind wanders in the strangest directions too sometimes.

Niki said...

I don't remember movies very well, but I do remember Meg Ryan saying something about daisies being a happy flower or something along those lines...I totally followed.

So did you make it to your floor okay? :)

Kristi said...

I don't think they should keep daisies in the garden.

You're awesome, and I think our minds are similar in this way. (You know, our awesomeness.) :)