I realise there are only 4 things I think about - EVER!
It there anything in life I am missing?
Cant wait for the season to start, nothing on telly even with full sky subscription!!!
Sex, women, football, sex, women, food, sex, women, beer, sex, women, cars, sex, women, accountancy, sex, women, wine .......... oh, not forgetting sex & women ?
and most importantly standing in a field in the rain with a whistle shouting at my spaniel who has bouts of temporary deafness.
Are you a Referee then OGA, or have you just gone to the dogs! LOL!
I used to have a brown and white Spaniel/Lab cross. Lovely dog, but he went blind and deaf 3 winters ago and had to have him put down. Had him from time he was born but he was 12 when the end came. Tail hardly ever stopped wagging, rain or no. Miss him terribly.
A nice cup of tea, food, my furry children, when I'm going to get some peace and quiet, yes and women do stray in there. Now when my imagination is switched on and my brain is in off mode it's a whole different story, but not one that will be told!
... all part of the fun of gun dog training!
I myself prefer an Acme 211.5, although some prefer the 210.5. I should have said before then you would know I was not a referee, as they use the Acme Thunderer (which has a pea, mine does not!)
I couldn't be a referee anyway as my parents were married when I was conceived, my dog is a spaniel, not a labrador and my stick is a thumbstick, and not white!
Then it must be (in order of frequency)
Cricket would be not far behind. Went on a cricket tour for my honeymoon and was stongly criticised for getting married in the cricket season. Hubby only proposed because I was the first girlfriend to last 4 weeks of the cricket season (and I could score).
I think about reading all the time! All the books I want to read, all the ones I have on the go. When I can sneak off for a quiet read. I even plan my day when I get up in the morning based around whether I will be sociable at lunch time with colleagues or whether I plan to skulk off to the pub with a book for an hour at lunch time!
I also think about... nope can't think of anything :)
My thoughts tend to revolve around sex and sport just like most other men I think. However when I'm left alone for a few hours I can happily just lie down on the sofa with the lights, TV and PC off, and just think deep meaningful thoughts about existence.
Time and again my mind drifts to the Big Bang theory and how the beginning of the universe was a tiny 'something' which exploded and created the vastness of the universe. What was that 'something'? Why did it explode? Where was it located if nothing existed for it to be located within? What is 'nothing'? Sadly my mind is too small and feeble to even get around the vastness of it let alone think of any answers :(
I have to admit to wondering what the universe is 'in' - or where is it?
Sometimes I have this crazy mental picture of some geezer sitting in his lounge with a goldfish bowl on his coffee table. In the goldfish bowl is our universe!
OK, so what else makes sense?
I often have similar thoughts. Scientists say atoms revolve around each other. Our planets revolve around the Sun. Is our solar system just another atom within something else?
I find astronomy fascinating, although I understand very little of it. Just how do they work out when/where/what angle the shuttle should be sent on its' way to meet the space station at the correct place at the correct time?
I guess I wouldn't understand even if someone tried to explain!
Those of you who have expressed an interest in this might like to look at New Scientist for last week if you can get hold of a copy. My daughter is a subscriber but I get it about 3rd hand. It's a special "Existentialist" edition, including items on "Do I exist?" "How do I know I'm not just a hologram" "Why is there a universe?" "How will it all end?"and similar, with a forward by Stephen Hawking. You can't read the articles, but a summary of the points covered is on their website.
I often find myself looking at my garden and plants and thinking about absotuley nothing at all. My top room I can just look at the clouds and also think about nothing. I have developed this skill when I went to school .
My husband is now convinced I am thinking about nothing. Its dangerous especially when your on a train , last week I did 3 times in the week and ended up in Balloch and Helensburgh instead of getting off at my stop . It happens on a regular basis , I just see it as chilling out.
If I have had a stressfull week I overthink , so I know I back to normal when I miss my stop. Everyone who knows me , knows I have done it since I was kid. My Mum used to go mad.
-- Kind Regards Sarah@ Douglas Accountancy & Bookkeeping Services, Glasgow
... and frankly am now totally confused!
Apparently, every thing is drifting apart and eventually every single molecule will be evenly spread out and there will be no difference anywhere, the whole universe will be the same.
Thing is, how did it get there in the first place, and why couldn't it again, and if you can't create or destroy matter, where did it come from?
Makes your brain positively throb!
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