What was I thinking?

Saturday May 4, 2019

Have you ever read your diary, or thought about something you did in the past that makes you cringe. You scratch your head and you ask yourself What was I thinking?

There are so many decisions that I have made where I really am not sure what I was thinking then, but of course now, with hindsight, I can think about my possible reasoning or state of mind.

I am trying something different with this blog. When I give an example, it's often this that sets the tone and then I don't get to hear examples from moodscopers.

So it is your turn. Tell me about a time that you now wonder "What was I thinking?"

You can reply in sentence or a paragraph. It can be funny or serious as long as you feel comfortable to share it.

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