Misunderstand Nothing

I’m not doing nothing.

I’m thinking.

Sometimes I feel a need to explain that if by appearance I am sitting still,

Rest assured my brain is running a marathon.

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40 thoughts on “Misunderstand Nothing

  1. reocochran says:

    Oh, I often look like I am “spacing out.” Needless to say, there plenty of thoughts upstairs in the attic of my brain. I like the idea of a rocking chair up among the memorabilia. 😊


  2. ivor20 says:

    Ah Dear Colleen, that makes two of us, our brains running a marathon, while sitting still and thinking, thinking, thhhiiiiinkiiinnngg……..


  3. lbeth1950 says:

    My brain never stops. Then I go to sleep and it really kicks in.


  4. ksbeth says:

    and that is the time it is in full sprint mode


  5. markbialczak says:

    Don’t fret, MBC. I can smell the smoke from your brain engine all the way over here.


  6. Be still. Embrace the inner noise. It’s important.


  7. Ya, me too, Colleen! β™‘
    Diana xo


  8. That’s true. Our minds never stay still.:)


  9. anie says:

    Oh, Colleen, I hope it’s not an endless marathon and there’s plenty of rest too. With me you can be assured that my brain sleeps 50% …; ) … so do not give thanks to my statements!


  10. Debra says:

    I relate to this pose! Sometimes my brain is begging me to land so it can bring all my random thoughts together. A friend of mine used to say her therapist had taught her to “Stop! Halt! Breathe!” This is a little exercise we all need sometimes, I think. If the mind doesn’t get many opportunities to rest, we can at least pamper our bodies with a good sitting session! πŸ™‚ There seems to be some synchronicity in combining physical rest and good mental functioning!


  11. Oh yes! A lot of momentum is on often when I am sitting still …always love your drawings!


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