I got distracted. Where was I? It was spring break and N was home. He spent the week slinging coffee and donuts (and other morning addictives) at his job. Unfortunately there was an upset in management at his locale and it required extra patience. He picked up lots of extra hours because they are super short on staff. How does this intrude in my life? Well our usual no real schedule was turned off and N’s job/vacation plans was turned on. The alarm clock went off early (one day at 4:30!) every day and video games were played until the wee hours. It was nice to have him home, feed him some home cooking and all that but I still haven’t caught up on my sleep.

I revisited the Panic Sweater and decided to pass for now. As much as I love the idea I don’t need another project I won’t work on. I haven’t knit a single stitch. The socks are still waiting to be kitchenered. The other socks I started are just sitting along with a few other things. I’ll consider the sweater when I’m back in the knitting groove.

Now the question I posed in my title. Why? As I look around (figuratively) at all the things going on I ask why. To what end? Pick the crisis/situation and ask why. There is no place to see a well thought out response. Is it so hard to answer a simple question? The only response I can come up with as to why is we (the average human) won’t like the answer.

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7 Responses to Why?

  1. dolphinwrite says:

    Might be overthinking.

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  2. we’re constantly being lied to, so if anyone should tell the truth, most people would probably freak right out

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    • There are drips of truth that the dam of lies can’t hold back coming out. The laptop from hell is one. Have you seen any of that? Yikes! It’s horrible. I think once the laptop is accepted as fact my the majority maybe then they’ll understand that the diary is also real.

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  3. Glad you got to have N home with you for a little while!!

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  4. Stefanie says:

    There are so many articles out there about the variants; it’s overwhelming for me. Nice to have your son home. How does he like college? We will be visiting a campus this Saturday and checking out two others Easter weekend.

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    • My son loves college. The school is a good fit which is important. He’s currently trying to decide on a major.
      Good luck with the college visits. It’s a stressful time but you’ll know when your daughter finds the school that’s right for her:)

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