|Me and my sweet "can fix anything" husband, Ben|
|"This is harder than it looks" thought out loud while trying to take my own picture.|
|The ladies in my Bible study as we gab away during a brunch|
|Me and my dear friend Marcy after a long sharing of our thoughts|
|There are some men who are good at listening...like my good friend Steve here.|
|Sweet and strong friends, Nancy and her daughter DeeDee|
|Thoughts spoken carelessly can damage a tender heart|
I love how fluid things are during conversation and find one of the funnier things about thinking out loud in the middle of a conversation is when all of a sudden one of person stops the conversation cold by saying something that pops into their heads so they will not forget it or something they meant to tell the other person before they forget to and it has nothing at all to do with the current topic of conversation. Usually the other person in the conversation is gracious in spite of the interruption of topic, accepting all apologies and conversation resumes. We honestly don't mean to be rude and change the subject but we are just thinking out loud. To be sure it can be somewhat of a bad habit and puts a damper on conversations at times so I've gone keeping a little notebook to write these thoughts down instead of thinking them out loud and it helps a lot. I call my notebook my paper brains...those things I need to be sure and remember or remember to deliver to those I'm conversing with.
|Thoughts like our feet take our conversation places|
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