|Part of my desk with the paper crane that I made a while back.|
It sits on my desk with a lot of other pieces of my past.
It was an assignment from a book I started reading a few years ago, but never finished called
101 Things to Do Before You're Old and Boring.
I stated off on a bad note by skipping the first exercise in the book called, Message in a Bottle
and this one as well,
as I found my life seemed a lot like this experience above, anyway;-)
Once I reached this exercise above and bought a harmonica, which still sits on my desk unlearned, I stopped reading the book, placed it back on the shelf and proceeded to read other books instead, with the intention of picking the book up later in the future.
|The harmonica sitting on my desk, not getting played :-(|
The Origami Medicine Wheel
So, I'm glad that I didn't throw the crane out.
|Jennifer Hawkins (left)|
The same day I was thinking of throwing out the paper crane I found this magazine from October 2010, which was in a big pile of magazines that I hadn't read, or finished reading.
And it was full of syncs for me.
|Page 26 of the FHM magazine.|
called "Sym-BULL-ism Decoded!" which wrote about the letters T and J,
which I had just read after reading this joke in the magazine.
So, I left this comment under the post -
" This is funny because I was de-clutering my computer room and found a FHM magazine from October 2010 in a pile of magazines I had bought but just thrown aside to read later.
This magazine was open and folded back at page 26
(where I must have read up to before throwing it in the ‘to-read’ pile for later)
and in the bottom corner is this joke -
“My wife threatened to leave me today because, apparently, I’m a smart arse.
”We’re at the crossroads in our relationship: one way is love and trust, the other is a divorce.”
I said “I think you’ll find that’s a T-Juction.” ”
I thought this might be what the sync was really telling me, as lately the internet just seems a waste of time to me, with little real reward for time spent on it.
and sure enough she too was being interviewed in the piece.
Watch the trailer of "Warm Bodies" to get that picture above;-)
|Like learn to play the harmonica?--)|
"I felt destined that I should go on this trip," Richard said. "
The Trip of a Lifetime at 42?
|Interview with Bret Easton Ellis .|
Connections seem to be everywhere I look lately.