"A foolish consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds." —Emerson
the grains of sand on the seashore...and lakes...and riverbeds... anywhere sand is really...
the number of pee breaks a boy needs to take on a cross country road trip
Tyler - I would argue that it would be the number of pee breaks a GIRL needs on a cross country car trip. Can't boys usually hold it FOREVER? My 3 boys (including the big one) are always annoyed with me.LOL.
The number of days in eternity.
How long we are going to play this game LOL
The odds of someone NOT saying stars or sand within the first few answers. ")
Mike - Ppbblltt! You're just jealous you didn't think of them first!
Am not! Am not!I'm only jealous that I didn't get in here first. :)
Erin, my one son has to go like every half hour!!!!! But at least we can go by the side of the road.....My family doesn't get annoyed with me... I don't need to stop, I just sneeze and then I don't need to go anymore ;)
Tyler - I remember road trips as a girl, we were a family of 6 (3 and 3) and my dad and brothers could go all day without needing to stop, but my mom and sister and I needed to stop like every 4 hours.
I won't judge this one of course, but I was thinking of:The number of Donald Trump's bad hair days. :)
the number of thoughts i have in a day
the amount of conversation that doesn't actually say anything
continuing along Jon's theme: the number of thoughts God has towards us
the impact of a natural or manmade disaster
The number of times we are going to go "oh, wow" and feel our hearts lighten a bit more, when God starts setting all this shite to rights.(Been influenced by your latest post, Jon :)
I would add:The likelihood that one of Jon's incalculable number of thoughts will cause a person who is reshaping their theology to freak out just a little. In a good way.
Great answers all, but I think I'm going to go with Thankfully Broken's "the impact of a natural or manmade disaster"
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