A lot of people have nice cars but they should take them back to the dealer and get turn signals installed.
Paper or plastic. Cut down a tree or fill up a landfill. Decisions, decisions, decisions.
I wish people would keep their shopping cart on the same side of the aisle as they are. Then I can get by right away without waiting while they decide between fifty brands of toilet paper.
You can learn a lot in a grocery store. I never knew fifteen items or less meant six grocery carts full of groceries.
Speaking of grocery stores, I wish retailers would quit hitting me up for donations at the check stand. Safeway Sherwood is one of the worst offenders I am thinking about having a party for them at my house. Then I am going to hit each one of them up for donations as they walk through my door.
Why does popcorn at the movies taste better than popcorn at home? I just wish the popcorn at the movies was as cheap as the popcorn at the home.
I think it is kind of sad that there has to be sixty-seven warnings before the movie starts asking people to shut off their cell phones. In my world people would do that without being asked.
It bothers me now that I have to comb my hair and look good even in the car just in case I get caught on a red light camera.
Why does a child safety cap mean it will take me three pairs of scissors, two hammers, and a sledge hammer to open the bottle?
Why is bending over easier then getting back up?
Why do people without children know more about parenting than people with children?
Where did creativity go?
Where did compromise go?
Where did respect go?
What was my mind like before I lost it?
Why can I remember what I did on December 15, 1950 and can't remember what I did yesterday?
Why was the age I am old when I was young and now young that I am there?
What are you pondering today? Care to share? Feel free.