Well my dear readers, looks like I’ve made it big time! Aka – I made it onto ADDer world. Bryan Hutchinson has been kind enough to publish a guest post from me on his blog. For today’s post, I have included an excerpt but be sure to follow this link to read the full post – and don’t forget to comment (I know how we ADDers like reminders!)
Having ADD sucks.
Did I just say that? Hmm, looks like I did.
Not being able to breathe under water also sucks. Why are fish and a limited number of mammals the only sentient beings blessed with the ability to navigate life fully immersed in water? I would love to frolic under the sea for hours without coming up for oxygen.
But I wasn’t born with gills, so I can’t.
I also really hate the fact that I can’t fly. I could get to work a lot quicker if things like traffic and gravity wouldn’t get in my way. The view would be amazing and the commute a heck of a lot more exciting if I could soar above it all, the wind in my sails.
But my bones are too heavy. And then there’s the little matter of having no wings. As fate would have it, I can’t fly either.
Come to think of it, there are a lot of things that suck about being human. Dependency on clothes for dignity and body warmth is quite a hassle. Having wisdom teeth that force their way through your gums like a latecomer onto an over-capacity commuter train, only to be ripped out years later when they never fully emerge – is irritating and pointless. And don’t even get me started on the pain of child birth (or child-rearing, for that matter). Read More…