(I just started the rumor about 15 minutes ago)
Scientists have researched Black Holes, in outer space, for many years – – – obviously. Now, there is reason to believe that there are Black Holes on our planet; not only on our planet but right here in the Rocky Mountains. That explains my (outer) garage. I had wondered many times about my (outer) garage, whether or not it was an actual Black Hole. It might be, but there are some characteristics about my (outer) garage-Black-Hole that don’t really fit the conventional Black Holes in space.
- One difference: I actually conquered the daunting chaos in my (outer) garage about three months ago.
- Another difference: with Black Holes in space, once you go in, you never come out (I think that is right).
Regardless of my victory over the (outer) garage, I have a sobering update. My garage is now lost, swallowed up by the Black Hole. Why? I am appreciative that you asked, my friends. My garage is lost, submerged in chaos, because we have projects (approximately 550), and whenever we are finished with a project we take our tools, materials, boxes, and place them … where? … in our (outer) garage. I was quite pleased with my progress when I conquered my (outer) garage. I made shelves of different sizes, storage areas for hardware, a place to store our tarps (hanging from the ceiling). I almost called Better Home and Gardens to have them come and do a story on my (outer) garage. But I came to my senses, and considered that irrational thought is not all that it is cracked up to be.
I gazed into my garage with a mixture of shock, grief, and confusion, and asked myself:
did all the space go,
from my outer garage?”
And then I realized, after looking at two words I chose in my question: 1) “outer”, and 2) “space”. Outer Space. That is where my garage space went. Outer Space. Chances are, it is in some Black Hole.