Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Random Thoughts

  1. Don't you hate it when you are shopping and standing near a sales rack, no one else is around, and then all of a sudden a mob of people come and invade your personal space.
  2. I love when students have a free period and they take out their homework. They begin reading and writing without my having to tell them.
  3. I need a plant for my office but I don't get enough light. I am not experienced with plants so I really don't know what to purchase.
  4. You ever wonder why people dig their nose in their cars and act like no one can see them. Guess what? I see you . . .
  5. I really wish I could see the night sky with my naked eye. There is too much light pollution so I don't really know what it looks like. Sad.
  6. I wish every person who uses the bathroom would wash their hands right afterward. Grosses me out when they don't.
  7. I think my daughter is getting involved in too many extracurricular activities. I think it's great that she has joined a team and has after-school clubs. However, she needs some time management skills. Too scattered. I'll have to get her a planner or PDA.

What is your random thought of the day? I want to know.


  1. I really don't know why I keep reading the book I am currently forcing myself through, unless it is so that I won't have to take it on the train tomorrow.

    That was my random thought ;) Loved yours!

  2. Loved your random thoughts, Chary.

    I am guessing you would not want a cactus in your office- why don't you try a fern- they don't need much light, and they definitely do not like direct sunlight. They also purify the atmosphere, so would be good for you.

  3. Mari,

    I do that too. ONce I start a book, I have to finish it and I don't know why. :D

  4. Natasha,

    No, I don't like cacti because I am accident prone. I know it'll prick my fingers or something. However, I think a fern would be nice. Thanks. :D

  5. Spider plant--they are EASY (even I can't kill them) and are content with artificial light. Plus, once in a while on one of their arms, you realize a whole NEW plant is starting (just put the base in water, wait for some roots, then put it in dirt.)

    I liked your random thoughts too. I'd be random, but we are mid grant and I am mid edit, and somehow my randomocity is broken.

  6. Thanks Tami. I'll look around (Home Depot or Lowes) for the spider plant.

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