And I'll tell you what I was thinking:
I can't believe it's already 8:15 at night and I haven't eaten yet and god I'm tired and I had no idea it would take so long to run those errands and is it really going to snow tomorrow and I'm not sure we have food for dinner and I hope mom is feeling OK for bingo in the morning and Kate's birthday is almost here and Mary will be in this weekend and I forgot to print my work calendar for next week and I don't remember if I have a meeting on Monday so I need to check and damn why is that driver right on my tail and oh I need to buy peanut butter.
Let me take an educated guess: I'm not the only person with those brainwaves. We're all suffering from distracted living.
Oy. Squirrels are everywhere. This week, I'm going to ignore them. This week, I'm going to focus. Every time I start thinking of 30 things at once, every time I get distracted from the topic at hand, I'm going to congratulate myself on recognizing the issue* and reel it in.
Join me! Focus on focus. What do you think?
P.S. Squirrel! (Sorry. I couldn't resist.)
*Concept stolen from Shanna, who was talking about real focus -- meditation. I'll work on that next.