Is it odd that people who seem to be, or are just labeled odd, odd balls, odd birds, as in “She’s an odd bird,” often turn out to be accomplished at interesting things? They don’t just turn out to be, often they are interesting.
Wasn’t it Einstein who didn’t speak until a relatively 😉 late age. It seems like I remember he didn’t learn to tie his shoes until he was older than most kids who learn to tie their shoes. He was busy with other things!
It reminds me of that quote about misfits, the crazy ones, the ones who think differently. I wonder if it will interrupt my stream of consciousness if I hunt for that. Well, I’ll just put that at the end.
Both of my kids are odd. I might have mentioned that before. Outside the box is what I sometimes call them. In an earlier…
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