TMI Tuesday – Deep Thought

1.First question relates to the photo above – what is it?

When I looked at this image I could see immediately what it is; a salmon steak. I can’t understand why other people would find it confusing. I guess it is like those puzzles where the image is hidden. Once you see the image you can’t un see it.

2.Should we be signalling our existence to alien life? Why?

As everyone knows the Earth is merely a super computer designed by Deep Thought, pictured below. The current version of Earth was built on the planet Magrathea to replace the original Earth which was destroyed by Vogons minutes before it finished its calculations. So the above question is really irrelevant. Just ask Douglas Adams

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3.What is one thing you do not understand about yourself?

I don’t understand why I backflip over so many things. For example I was always firm about my reluctance to go on an extended sailing trip but then I actively encouraged Mr Jones to buy his dream boat and embark on such a journey.

Another example; I have always said I wouldn’t fuck someone who was young enough to be my child. And now I am dancing around that topic with a very young man.

4. What weird food combinations do you really enjoy?

I am Australian so anything with Vegemite is considered normal for us but weird in the rest of the world. My go to Vegemite combinations are; with smashed avocado on toast, on a salad sandwhich.

Other combinations that are not so common are peanut paste (butter) with honey and McDonalds fries with their soft serve.

5. What are two of your go-to strategies to help you make decisions?

First one that I use for the really big decisions is to physically write a list of the pros and cons. It is important to make a physical list because that helps you to get clarity on which side is actually the stronger side. Also it helps you to really hone in on what is important to you about the decision.

Second one is to avoid making the decision until I absolutely have to and then making the decision based on a gut feeling at the last minute. This strategy isn’t great for life decisions but great for ordering food at restaurants. Also great for deciding less important things in the classroom like if we are going to play a game.

Bonus: How replaceable are you?

Everyone is replaceable despite what they would like to think of themselves. As a teacher I am completely replaceable. There are hundreds of other teachers out there and most of them will do as good a job as me. As a mother probably a little less so. I like to think my parenting style is pretty good and my children have always been reluctant to spend too much time in other houses because the dynamics are too turbulent and unpredictable.

Bonus Bonus: Because there were not enough boobs in this post here are some with the beach on Moreton Island in the background.

This post is part of TMI Tuesday for this week. To see who else is sharing click here or on the image below

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9 thoughts on “TMI Tuesday – Deep Thought”

  1. Yes! Yes gem I’m right with you on the vegemite! Grew up going to school with free milk in early schooling and hot peanut paste and honey sangers or hot vegemite after my port got left in the blazing sun. Eating them as I run to the oval in bare feet to play bulldog without hats.😅

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    1. OMG!!! How radically different from what kids do in school now. I LOVE that you use the word port. I haven’t heard anyone use that word in such a long time. You are a true Queenslander!!!

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      1. Ha ha , I thought you’d like that. For Elliott a ‘port’ is like a suitcase as a backpack used as a schoolbag. 50yrs ago it’s what we called it locally. Been a ‘queenslander’ since I was 6months old. A ‘port’ came in handy when the magpies attacked on the way home from ahhh the good ol days!

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  2. Changing your stance on something you once held fast is a sign of an open mind. Some see it as being wishy washy, but information and likes/dislikes change. It’s okay to reverse course based on new information. In fact, it is normal and preferable to holding on to old ideas because of a fear of looking weak or indecisive. Enjoy your sailing trip! And your new potential partner!! Love the last pic, you’re right. There weren’t enough boobs… Fixed.


  3. Your #3 with not understanding dancing with a younger love seems to remind me of being careful about what we say never to.

    It is amazing how the universe likes to take us down paths we never expected.
    Thanks for sharing!


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