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Those Cards

Let’s go back to the 3X5 Cards. If you don’t know what I am talking about start here. My husband saw all the cards and asked if I sat at the pharmacy all day and wrote on cards. “No I have only been gone 45 minutes and that is just about driving time and plus ten minutes. Someone told me I needed to learn about a person, or understand a person and gave them to me.”

“A stranger?”

“Yes a stranger.”

“Why did you take them?”

“It seemed like the polite thing to do.”

“Didn’t your mother teach you not to talk to strangers?”

“I don’t remember, she’s been gone (or dead if you prefer) a long time.”

“I think you should throw them away. They might be dangerous.”

“Thank you for caring and sharing your thoughts. I think I will read a few and then decide what works for me. Would you like some tea?”

(I find distractions can often be a handy tool.) More about the 3×5 Cards later. #SundaywithDoc

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  1. I wonder what cards they are. I agree that sometimes distraction is a useful tool. 🙂
    I don’t remember being taught not to talk to strangers as well, and I remember I always talk to strangers. My girl always asked me how come I talk to strangers, and I answered her almost all friends started from strangers.

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