I can’t begin to tell you about the week I had. (!_!) but this phrase came to mind many times this week.

“You can’t put the cart before the horse.”

Cart before the horse is an idiom expression or proverb used to suggest a conventional or culturally expected order or relationship.[1] A cart is a vehicle which is ordinarily pulled by a horse; and to put the cart before the horse is an analogy for doing things in the wrong order.[2] The figure of speech means doing things the wrong way round or with the wrong emphasis. The idiom is about confusing cause and effect   (wiki)


Every one is like a different shade of color in a crayon box, some are just brighter than others.

you have to have compassion for the ignorant… for instance. I love my dog but it can not add one plus two!