Wednesday, January 26, 2011

I Wonder

I wonder about a lot of things.

I wonder if other people wonder about a lot of things.

I wonder what the next new techie 'must-have' will be.

I wonder if food items really do expire on the package expiration dates, or if you should just think about finishing them off soon afterward.

I wonder who will be the next person to ring my doorbell.

I wonder if Punxsutawney Phil will see his shadow a week from today.

I wonder why it takes me so long to wake up in the mornings.

I wonder if the Mayans knew what they were talking about.

I wonder how animals sense earthquakes and other natural occurrences.

I wonder if dogs wish they had thumbs.

I wonder when housecleaning robots will be a standard feature in our homes.

I wonder if the Packers will win the Super Bowl.

I wonder how much hair my dogs really have.

I wonder if you're still reading.

I wonder when Harry REALLY met Sally.

I wonder who will comment here first.

I wonder why I wonder about all these things.

I wonder what we'd all do if Blogger pulled the plug.

32 comments:

Jan Morrison said...

I wonder what will happen if I go to all the blogs I usually follow and go down five links on their blog roll and go to that blog (so about 40 new spots) and leave a message. I'm going to try it. Join me?

Mason Canyon said...

I wonder will spring come soon and last more than 2 days this year.

Love your list. I had forgotten about next week. General Lee is the one we will be watching closely.

Mason
Thoughts in Progress

LR said...

I've wondered about that package expiration thing too. Let me know if you reach any conclusion. :)

Joanne said...

I wonder what Spring is like, it's a distant memory lost beneath the 6-12 more inches of snow predicted tonight :/

Jane Kennedy Sutton said...

I wonder what we would do if we didn’t have anything to wonder about.

Carol Kilgore said...

Jan - I like that idea a lot. I think I will join you.

Mason - I don't know if Texas has an official groundhog. I'll check into that.

LR - Maybe we could Google and find out. Anyone have time for a quick search?

Joanne - You've had a white winter. I know spring is someplace on the horizon, but it hasn't reached Texas yet either.

Jane - I don't know.

N. R. Williams said...

I wonder if I will now have nightmares about blogger pulling the plug? LOL
Nancy
N. R. Williams, fantasy author

Terry Odell said...

I remember my son wondering if it got dark for me when he closed his eyes.

Terry
Terry's Place
Romance with a Twist--of Mystery

Talli Roland said...

I would love to know how animals sense natural disasters! Hm...

Arlee Bird said...

That was hilarious. And yes I wonder about some of those and a lot of other weird things. I like to wonder about different people that I see. And if Blogger were no longer there--wow, now what?

Lee
Tossing It Out

lbdiamond said...

I wonder how you came up with all these things to wonder about.

I wonder about how many things I wonder about.

I wonder what would happen if we all stopped wondering about the things we wonder about.

I wonder about the word wonder.

I wonder if this is funny.

Elspeth Antonelli said...

I *don't* wonder why I love your blog. This is great, Carol!

Carol Kilgore said...

Nancy - I hope not!

Terry - That's so sweet :)

Talli - They probably think humans are pretty dumb about a lot of things.

Arlee - I know...the list goes on.

lbdiamond - I'm laughing :)

Elspeth - Aw, thanks. Now I'm blushing.

Maryann Miller said...

Great list. We wonder about some of the same things.

Jan, I wish I had time to play along with your game, but I really need to get back to work.

I wonder why I always procrastinate.

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

I'm still reading!
I wonder when lasers will become standard issue on all sports cars so we can blast slower cars out of our way...

Clarissa Draper said...

I wonder a lot. I have wondered what would happen when no one blogs anymore. What would fill the void?

VR Barkowski said...

I wonder when video phones will become so common that I'll have to set my alarm, get up, comb my hair, and put on make-up just in case the phone rings.

Also, I wonder how you came up with so many fascinating things to wonder about.

Angela said...

Wonderful world!

Wendy aka Quillfeather said...

I wonder if you're still reading'.

Love it!

I'm wondering why I'm still sitting here in my pajamas as it's after midday :)

Lydia K said...

Let's not wonder about that last one, okay?
;)

This was a fun read!

Carol Kilgore said...

Maryann - Universal wonderings :)

Alex - Ooh, cool.

Clarissa - I wonder that, coo.

VR - Ack! Just shoot me if that happens. Shrugs...they're all in my head.

Angela - Smiling :)

Wendy - I've wondered that about myself a time or two.

Lydia - OK. No more Blogger wonderings :)

Teresa aka JW said...

I think if blogger pulled the plug we would all have a melt down and then...we would actually get some work done and probably get to know our families better. :)

Carol Kilgore said...

Perhaps. I'd get more writing time for sure. Mostly I'm on Blogger when it's just the doggies and me.

Claudia said...

Hi Carol,
I love your last sentence LOL!
I do a lot of wondering myself. Isn't wondering wonderful? ;)

L'Aussie said...

Yes, I wonder when blogger says enough you people! Stop using all this bandwidth! Where would we scurry to? Twitter and fb just don't fill the same void do they?

If anyone reading this wondered where my blog tour post was today due to time difference probs it is now up:

The Treasures of Carmelidrium blog tour

Carol Kilgore said...

Claudia - Wondering is wonderful!

L'Aussie - I much prefer blogging, too. Going to check your blog tour post :)

Medeia Sharif said...

I wonder a lot of things. Right now I'm wondering if my cat will stop jumping on my lap so that I can finish typing this.

Jennifer Shirk said...

Eeep. Dont say that about blogger! I would panic! :)

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jennifer AT jennifershirk DOT com

The Happy Whisk said...

Dogs and thumbs. Great stuff.

Carol Kilgore said...

Medeia - Cats are like that :)

Jennifer - Ooh, very cool. Thanks.

Happy Whisk - Sort of like humans and tails.

Holly Ruggiero said...

I wonder what I'll have for dinner...

Carol Kilgore said...

Ha! Ha! I've had dinner now, so no more wondering about that for me until tomorrow :)