Saturday, October 13, 2012

Important phrases to remember

One of my favorite local signs in Livingston TX
Multi-tasking is a good thing, most times.  But it can get out of control.  Let me give you an example of what I mean.

When living in close proximity it’s easy to get on each other’s nerves sometimes.  So it’s good to keep a little space and time activities to work this into the day.

At the seminar we attended recently it was also stressed that there are two things you can never say too often.  The most important thing you can say and never too much is “I love you”.  It’s also important to own up and say “I’m sorry” as well.

Now this was good advice and Left Brain seemed to take it to heart and promised he was going to work both of those into our life each and every day, as I will.

But you have to remember the logical mind of Left Brain and how it works.  He likes to do this as early in the day as possible to make sure his quota is met.  And I have no problem with that in general.

The problem is when he combined it into one sentence this morning and I woke up hearing “I’m sorry I love you”.  Hmmm. 

Long Live the Perplexed Queen


  1. God bless Left Brain and his attempt to keep up his quotas. You gotta love him for trying.

    I agree though, that it's important no matter where you live to say "I love you" and "I'm sorry" often. We rarely heard it when we were kids growing up, but I made sure my kids and I always used these words.

    You have a wonderful day, hugs, Edna B.

  2. Somehow I just knew that the men's version would come out that way!

    Miss you!