Naturally Dreamy

A blog about my life as an INFP living with an ESFJ, INTJ, and my pup. I blog about earth-friendly living and life through my eyes – not necessarily in that order. Come put your feet up where life is Naturally Dreamy!

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Selective Memory

In school, I briefly took a logic course. There was a chapter on “selective memory” which I found disturbing.

As I recall, the idea is, say you go into a photo booth, 10 times. 8 out of those 10 times you get pricked. Likely as not, when you think about going into a photo booth next, you’re going to think or say, “I don’t want to. I always get hurt when I go in there.”

But the truth of the matter is, twice, you didn’t get stabbed and you had a great time. But either a positive or a negative memory has the capability or overshadowing other memories so that really truly in your mind you only remember the negative/positive experiences.

Also, the other thing is you’re more likely to notice when something happens versus when something doesn’t happen. Usually, unless they are being facetious, someone wouldn’t say, “Remember that time you didn’t tell a joke?”

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This Week is My Week Off, This Week is Your Week Off… right?

“I have the 24-30th off.” That’s what I remember BT saying.

“Okay, I’ve marked that off in my calendar!” That’s what Mom said.

“I’ve got the same week off!!!” I gladly proclaimed when my new job announced our holiday hours. Continue reading

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They Grow Up So Fast!

I was tending to my plants today. Suddenly, I realized, they had grown quite a bit!

As for using the cayenne/soap solution on them, after the 1st 1-2 weeks, I only needed to use it as I saw a profuse amounts of Swiss-cheesing (bug-eating), or if I saw a couple bugs on them — so about once every 2 weeks.

So cayenne/soap everyday for 2 weeks.

Then like once every 2 weeks.

The plants sure have grown – and healthy, as far as my untrained eye can tell. Here are the before and after pictures (from the top)!

Photo of Baby Plants

Baby Plants

Photo of Adolescent plants

Older Plants!

I have flowers, but I can’t tell why they just keep leaving – I saw a pale-green cricket on it earlier – maybe they are responsible, or maybe it’s normal. –I’m so clueless! 🙂 —

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