And that reminded me of the comment that Carlie's school principal made the other day. He greets children at the door as they enter from the school parking lot (it's a very small school) and he said, "You are all over the place. Every one else has a "spot." They always park in the same area. But not you." Wow, aren't I quirky and unpredictable.
Then last Sunday a friend commented after church, "I wanted to talk to you, but I never know where you'll be sitting." Apparently every one else sits in the same general area every week. Who knew.
What does this say about the way my mind operates? Is every one else truly linear, and my head is the only one filled with swirls instead of graphs and pie charts? I think not.
Also, I think I might have a clue as to why our neighbors possibly hate us. I noticed this dichotomy of "us" and "them" as I ran through the alley this morning. More evidence of disorganized thinking.
Our recycling/garbage area
Their recycling/garbage area