Everyone get ready. There will be a huge baby boom from Sept-Nov this year. Why you ask? Because there are 8 inches of snow on the ground in freakin’ Arkansas… Freakin’ Arkansas!!! Not to mention, this is like the third snow of the season. And of course people are getting there bam-chicka-wah-wah on. (Cuddling weather, I believe they call this.)
So needless to say I have been stuck in the house all day because of this weather, and I have a serious case of cabin fever. I’m not a homebody, so anything that keeps me in the house for long periods of time makes me a little crazy.
On second thought, I actually do spend quite of bit of time at home. But anytime I HAVE to stay in doors it causes me some issues. As long as I know I can go somewhere I’m good.
Which brings me to today’s discussion/question? Why do we want what we can’t have?
As long as I know I can go somewhere I’m good even if I have no intentions of leaving the house. But as soon as I can’t go anywhere I’m going stir crazy.
And we do it in all parts of life:
-Jobs you don’t even want, but you get mad when you don’t get them.
-If you’re a guy, and you try to get a girl’s number, and she rejects you, you get mad. But you were just hollering at her cause you were bored. You weren’t even going to call her…lol
I believe that is why people consume sooo much. When people finally get money, they buy stuff they couldn’t get when they were broke. They bought what they couldn’t have. Unfortunately a lot of people are still left empty.
So shed light on this for me. Why do people want what they can’t have?