This week the topic is:

‘When you are daydreaming, what do you dream about?’

I do the majority of my daydreaming when I’m walking about the village or at work typing clinic letters.  I know I shouldn’t, but I can listen to the dictation, type and daydream at the same time (don’t worry – I always read each letter through before I submit it!).  I tend to think about subjects for blogs or plots for books, or I have been known to think up the first few lines of a poem.  Now we have a new system starting today where I don’t even have to input anything – all I have to do is check what’s been automatically typed!

At other times I’ll be typing or walking about and singing a song to myself or classical music will be running through my brain.  I typed a 2 minute dictation on Thursday whilst singing Curtis Mayfield’s ‘Move on Up’, as I’d watched ‘Bend it Like Beckham’ the night before on TV.  I can’t actually sing it because the voice doesn’t go that high, but I can reach that top note in my head.

As you can probably tell, I’ve been doing my job for so long that I don’t really have to think about it. However, I cannot do what one of my old consultants could manage … he could take part in and listen to three different conversations all at the same time!

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