I have no idea….

Why I would have jotted this down on a scrap of paper and then used it as a bookmark

What I was watching or listening to at the time remains a mystery.

I did ask Mr G – he pointed me in one direction then another but they didn’t help

Tell me I’m not alone in mysterious scribbling  😊

13 thoughts on “I have no idea….

    1. Ps you’re not alone. I also find odd notes to myself all over the place. I find most of them very puzzling. Recently it was a recipe, without title . I couldn’t work out what it is was I wanted to make.

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  1. yes, my first thought was Google, at least it will point you to a country!

    now that I’ve had to cook/bake a bit more – and I wanted crackers (for cheese) I saw a recipe in my old recipe book. Not everything was there, i.e. what do you do with the mixture. I seem to recall you rolled it out and cut – but the mixture wouldn’t co-operate – used lumps and pressed with fork. Then there was no actual baking time – looked on google to get a guideline. They were edible but since then, found another recipe in same book on a post-it note…just the ingredients and bake 12 mins!

    I now have a nz recipe portal and when I decide to make some more…will use what looks like a simply nice little outcome…

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  2. I find phone numbers and names jotted on scraps of paper that I have no idea about! I was wondering whether the note refers to the Piano Mill project here in Qld, near Stanthorpe?? That quote about piano ownership is used in their blurb.

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  3. Welcome to my world. I have a phone book and an address book but they are never handy when someone is giving me their number. I write it down on a piece of paper and I find it a year later and can’t remember whose number it was. LOL It must be our age. I am always in a hurry to do nothing. Stay well.

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  4. You are not alone. I write things so I don’t forget them then later read them wonder what I meant. More detail is required in notes to self.

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    1. Oh and I googled this because I could. Michael Atherton did indeed say this in a book called A Coveted Possession- and apparently it’s in Australia – maybe you fancied reading it?

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  5. I love the odd bits I learn from blogs. Here I got others to decipher your little note and learned about Australia and pianos. Maybe that was why Jane Campion made “The Piano” in your neck of the woods.

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