Sunday, 23 January 2011
Towards a bigger think
Now as my regular reader will know I take my thinks very seriously.
In the past I've been happy to advise you to have thinks by following the 'hanging upside down' method. But think research moves on and I'm very pleased to announce the arrival of a brand new idea that's been especially tailored towards the 'big think'. Small thinks tend to happen quite easily but big thinks have always presented more of a problem and so for that reason I've now switched to, what I'm calling, the 'Swinging Penguin with a boxing glove on the end of a long stick' method.
Now I know what you're thinking (small think), you're thinking, that's alright for you Miss Smartyhooves but what if I don't have access to a long stick? Well you can always improvise, perhaps by using two short sticks tied together or a lid prop from a c1842 John Broadwood and Sons Grand Piano.
The important thing is to have a go and not be put off by reality.
Will this method have a profound change on how we all approach thinking? To be honest I don't know, maybe some thinks are just too big, even for me.
Right, sleepy now.
* IT'S COMPETITION TIME!!!!!!!
My 'hello' has 40 'o's in it but due to an error one of them has been printed upside down. Can you spot which one it is? The first correct entry will receive 5 original illustrations from recent blogs and extra goodies as well. Just 1 entry per person, competition closes a week today. Good luck!