What do you do when your mind is housed in your brain and your brain is elsewhere?

I think it was a dream. I’m not really sure. It might have been a dream. It might not have been a dream. I’m not really not confused now so I can’t really say if it was a dream or not. I was in a field with sheep, lots of sheep. There was a sheep Bon Jovi tribute band on stage, playing mediocre, mind numbing, monotonous sheep music but I didn’t seem to mind it at all. I found myself dancing to a song with the incredible lyric ‘Your love is like bad medicine’. Never have I heard such a brilliant, awe-inspiring lyric. I just couldn’t wait to remember to join the official Bon Jovi fan club when I got home. Song after song, the amazing tunes kept on coming and the music and lyrics just kept on getting better. I found myself at one with the other sheep and then another great thought appeared – I should get an iPhone just like all the other sheep. How cool would it be to so like everyone else? The day was just getting better all the time. I realised that all the sheep were dressed alike so I decided to go home and dress the very same. I left the concert as excited as everyone else and noticed a sign on a tree. For a moment I just gazed at it and then walked away, happy:




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4 thoughts on “What do you do when your mind is housed in your brain and your brain is elsewhere?”

    1. It’s a pretty basic and simple brain. We just sit here in the pub trying to figure out if ‘midget’ or ‘dwarf’ is the derogatory term for a an extremely short person. We never want to actually figure it out. It’s the searching that matters!

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