Yep. About right.

fun, funny, quote, ADD, Attention Deficit Disorder, Focus, surfing


Now you can more fully understand why the exercise in the last post was such a struggle.


Source: themetapicture.com

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  1. I’ve had lots of kids like that in my classes over the years. No wonder I used to fall asleep during the early news!

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  2. Hahaha… Like this one; I’ve known/know a few… all adorable, of course.. πŸ™‚

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  3. LaDona's Music Studio says:

    What happened to the laser focus?

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  4. ha ha ha that is cute i have had many kids like that in my class and i loved them..
    i have a bit of it in me too πŸ™‚

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  5. My comment about a chicken would fit in beautifully here…Are you suggesting that this is a flawed way of thinking?? Come to my head where these are twelve conversations occurring concurrently. πŸ™‚

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  6. Lol. Needed that to end the day.

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  7. πŸ˜† πŸ˜†

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  8. Sometimes we think this describes others. I am comfortable saying it likely describes me.

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  9. Dear David, I’ll continue to shower you with awards, as I love your blog. This time it’s the “Sunshine Award” πŸ™‚

    http://sarahpotterwrites.wordpress.com/2012/09/18/the-sunshine-award-yay-im-basking-in-its-rays/

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  10. Reblogged this on Teacher as Transformer and commented:
    I am sure many children I taught over the years were ADD/ADHD, but this also describes me. I like to wander.

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  11. I wrote that quote. πŸ™‚ True story.

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    • Me too John…!

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      • I never knew my ADD rankings would be so popular… but I found out that my crazy brain can write stuff that so many relate to. I live that I put that quote on a shirt in May 2009 and in 2011 it spread like crazy on the Internet.

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      • Yeppers. πŸ™‚ I wrote the quote May 2009 and put it on a shirt in my Jomadado shirt site. Sold 2 of the shirts from May 2009 until Dec 2011. One of the shirts that sold was a gift from a lady to Kidd Kraddick. He lived it & posted about it on his Facebook page. His 425,000 Facebook fans shared it like crazy but no one knew where it came from… not even Kidd. People eventually found out & Kidd posted a link to my site on his Facebook page. I’ve sold a ton of those shirts since that day. I owe it all to him.

        I just enjoy seeing it shared and lived by so many people. It’s a ridiculous quote that I thought only made sense to me. Ends up that it resonates with people worldwide. It’s cool how many people tell me that the quote was what allowed ten to open up about their ADD struggles. That is probably the best thing to hear from people. My crazy brain paid off.

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      • That’s so cool. Can I at least give you credit on my post? Please see me your link and I’ll be happy to add it…

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