No, that's what I'm telling you. Most of the time, I'm not thinking about anything in particular besides what's on the surface. If I'm reading/watching tv/playing video games/listening to the radio/cooking/anything, that's the only thing I'm thinking about. Not because I'm hard-core focused on it or anything, those tasks don't take up my whole mental capacity or anything. I just don't sit and think about stuff, analyze stuff, or any of that. Tandra likes to start conversations by asking me what's on my mind, and she gets frustrated and half the time doesn't believe me when I say "nothing". Seriously, I think about nothing most of the time.
At home anyway. At work I'm thinking about all kinds of stuff besides work while I'm working. That's odd. I never realized that before.
I don't like cooked tomatoes of any kind (ketchup is ok but spaghetti sauce is not) but I do like them crisp and fresh and cold. I don't like coconut or any kind of nuts except honey roasted peanuts, and almonds, but only if the almonds are in chocolate. I hate pecans and walnuts and cashews and stuff like that. The coconut thing rules out anything that's pina colada flavored.
I like real cinnamon as a spice but I absolutely detest artificial cinnamon flavoring. They're nothing alike.
I like artificial strawberry flavoring, but real strawberries are usually a little too tart for my taste.
I don't like country music but I do like bluegrass, a lot of folk music, and old fashioned gospel. And I like barbershop quartets.
I have lots of books on my bookshelf that I haven't read. I decided to quit playing video games and start reading a lot more, but then I bought another video game.