It’s funny how the old brain works, right? I needed a topic for a Muffin post and out of the blue, my brain went to Good Idea, Bad Idea from the old Animaniac cartoons (from the brain of Steven Spielberg). And of course, then, I had to spend a day, watching episodes and bits, for research, you know. But also because I LOVED the Animaniacs.
When I sat back to watch “I’m Mad”, though, suddenly the old brain gears clicked and I realized why I loved Animaniacs so much. Folks, welcome to my world, Oldest Junior Hall, Juniorette Hall, and Youngest Junior Hall–yep, the exact order of the Animaniacs–circa 1997.
Funny, funny brain.
(P.S. The Muffin post is pretty good, too, if you’re interested in hearing about Good Ideas, Bad Ideas when it comes to writing conferences. Even if it took me all day to write it. And now, I leave you with this last one. Good Idea: Watching cartoons to get an idea for a blog post. Bad Idea: Watching cartoons to get an idea for a blog post.)
LOL-Funny and so true-love them 🙂
Who doesn’t love those rascals? 🙂
Haha…Now I have to go hunt down more. I’d forgotten about these guys…
Wait! Finish working first!
Thanks for stopping by, Homer! Hope you’re doing well!
Hello, Bat Girl, er, Cathy! Love your pic! I think this might be a first for me, watching cartoons as research, but what a good (or maybe bad?) idea. 😉 Heading on over to The Muffin now.
Oh, you can find some great inspiration in cartoons, Theresa. Also laughs. 🙂
Well why not? Do you think we can turn in cartoon viewing as a tax expense? You are amazing.
I know I do, Linda. 😉
I’ll give you a comment as well as a compliment. I love reading your “stuff” and I know how forming the words you choose for your stores takes you many hours to do to perfection and YOU DO THAT! Congratulations, Cathy, well done!
Aw, thanks, Marilyn. I wish my words WERE perfect, but your sweet words make me forget all those editors who might think otherwise! 🙂