I love doodle books. They give a prompt, ask a question and you fill in the blank with your imagination and a pencil. Flicking through one in particular, the other day, I found a page with a crane – ‘Attach something heavy to the crane’, it prompts.
Easy peasy. I can think of several heavy things to attach to a crane; top of my mind is a lorry carrying my gin supplies for Christmas, a T-Rex with a lion on it’s shoulders or a cruise ship for elephants.
At no point did I consider myself, naked, holding a toilet with my feet.
AT. NO. POINT.
But, it seems, my daughter did.
I won’t bring your attention to my protruding bottom, bald head or HUMONGOUS saggy, one-bigger-than-the-other boobs.
Albert Einstein once said:
“Imagination is everything. It is the preview of life’s coming attractions”
In this case I bloody hope not.