Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Food for Thought!

I thought about what Monica wrote in her blog, "The Plum" and realized...I have SIO! OH No, not SIO...

To put it simply, today many experience a little bit of SIO or "simple information overload". A common cold it is not. Busy schedules, working your heart out, reading, family, problems, bills, twittering, blogging, facebooking, phones ringing, people talking, horns a honking, music playing...ongoing--almost as a cow chewing its' cud. In essence, the mind/brain gets weary.

The 21st century is a busy place, and as George Jetson once said, '...get me off this thing!' >>>>So--although we can't necessarily jump off this "information highway,", we can say SIO (pronounced seee-ow) or "see you" which means, take a break - go to your room and b r e a th! In the quiet. Take a deep breath and --Just b r e a t h. ;)

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