Drinking my morning tea, I’m thinking how I’ll manage the new website at work and to whom I’ll have to write my first email.
Riding my bike to work, I’m thinking that I forgot to tell my little boy that his violin lesson will be starting earlier than usual.
Logging into my computer at work, I’m thinking that I’ll need to buy a birthday present for my big boy’s friend.
Writing my first email, I’m thinking that I forgot to log out my computer at home and my kids will probably take profit after school surfing until I’ll be coming home tonight.
Eating my lunch, I’m thinking that I’ll have to organize the two weeks of summer vacation with the boys, call my parents and fix the day visiting the zoo.
Writing my 42nd email, I’m thinking that I should read the newspaper to get the latest news about Greece.
Riding my bike home, I’m thinking that I didn’t prepare well for the editor meeting the next day.
Finding my boys at my computer, I’m thinking I should organize my life with less stress.
Thinking that I wasn’t conscious of all these moments during the day thinking at other things, I’m thinking that it’s pretty hard not thinking all the time and feeling the moment being.