During the two implants we have spent time in motels. I am always amazed how fast the reporters must speak and WOW, the # of commercials. I declare there are more commercials than programs or news.
I do crazy things sometimes. I have a 'person of kin' who can talk non-stop for 20-30 minutes at a whack. I once tried that alone in my truck on the way to a job, and it was impossible for me to do it. I CANNOT think of that many words.
Now I find myself (after watching a BLITZ of words on TV) trying to talk as fast as they do, even southerners. I can't say words that fast without twisting my tongue. I remember 'Tongue-twisters' jokes as a kid. (one about a 'Pickle picker') Some you had to say fast turned out completely wrong as you tried it, giving lots of laughs to your friends.
This last time I could not pay attention to the TV longer than 15 minutes. WE left it on for a couple hours, Sherry can follow it but NOT ME!
Traveling, blogging and meeting folk has taught me one huge lesson, the world still is filled with good folk. I have found honest auto repairmen in FL, PA, NY, and ME. I have met helpful folk in every state and many countries. France, Belgium and Germany stick out as friendly helpful folk that we have met. They helped us overcome the language barrier.
Thank you for stopping by the Shipslog, there are a lot of other things you could be doing.
PS: I reread this and it makes very little sense, but I am still publishing it. Over look it. I feel sorta empty headed.