However, he simply couldn't decide which one to choose, it was as if there were so many thoughts swimming around his head, he was unable to grab just one.
He decided he must be hungry, food usually fixed everything for Bobbity.
Hopping out of bed he jumped over to where his mum had made him a steaming bowl of porridge, gulping it down, he waited for everything to become clear in his mind.................... but it didn't!
In fact he now had even more ideas of things to do.
Shrugging his shoulders, he told his mum about his problems.
She looked at him and said "Hmmm, sounds like a visit to Aunt Ruby is just what you need, off you go"
Bobbity's eyes opened wide, he loved visiting Aunt Ruby.
Aunt Ruby lived in a cave underground along a winding passageway with a bright Ruby Red door.
Inside, her cave was filled with gemstones and crystals all over the walls and ceiling.
Some had been there when she started digging (which is why she chose to live there) others had been collected from around the world for her by friends and relatives.
Every time she got a new gemstone she would settle herself and sit down holding it. She would allow the energies of the gem to wash over her and she would notice the areas of her body she felt the healing taking place in.
This way she always knew exactly what each gem was best for.
People would come from far and wide to have a visit with Aunt Ruby where she would give them specially chosen gems and crystals to heal what ever was wrong with them.
Bobbity excitedly set off for Aunt Ruby's tunnel. His little tail bouncing in the air BOBBITY HOP, BOBBITY HOP, BOBBITY HOP, just a little bit faster than he usually went.
Arriving at the entrance it looked just like any other burrow he had ever seen.
He wiggled down into the tunnel and wound his way along the passageways, he knew exactly which way to turn to get to Aunt Ruby's.
Sure enough, rounding the last corner he came upon a bright red 'Ruby' coloured door.
Above the door were some bright shiny herkimer diamonds - to put everyone who entered into a happier state of mind.
To the side was a lovely shiny brass bell and hanging down on the string was a beautiful quartz crystal to make the ringing even clearer.
Bobbity happily rang the bell and listened, he heard the delicate tap, tap, tapping of Aunt Ruby's pretty slippers coming closer to the door.
She swung the door open and looked down at Bobbity.
A big smile crossed her face "well hello, my favourite nephew, come on in, I am so pleased to see you".
Bobbity grinned - it was so lovely when a grown up was delighted to see you he thought.
As he entered the cave his face lit up as he slowly looked around her beautiful cave. It didn't seem to matter how many times he had visited before, every time it was even more magnificent than the last and he truly loved being here.
The floors had tiny tumbled gems pressed into them which made a lovely 'massage' feel on your feet as you walked about. In fact Aunt Ruby often asked the people who visited her to take off their shoes and walk on her floor to tickle their reflexology points on their feet (they are the points that wake up different parts of your body and make them healthy again).
In the middle of the room was a fascinating roof light, it had a globe in the middle where the light came from and Aunt Ruby had made a metal frame to go around it and from the frame hung all manner of gems and crystals that twinkled and danced in the light.
It really did make the room feel quite magical.
Aunt Ruby bustled about to make Bobbity and herself a cup of tea from freshly picked herbs and infused with some gem essences to brighten their day.
Soon they were seated, drinking tea and Bobbity was feeling brighter already.
"What can I do for you today Bobbity" winked Aunt Ruby, knowing that Bobbity's mummy would always send him here when he was being just a little bit too difficult for her to handle.
The words tumbled out of Bobbity's mouth so quickly that Aunt Ruby had to ask him to sip some more tea, calm down and tell her all over again.
Bobbity sipped the tea, took a deep breath and told Aunt Ruby about how he had so many thoughts and idea that he just didn't know where to begin. He wanted to do EVERYTHING today, he wanted to travel and to build things, to explore and to adventure, to climb up high and dig down low and then he had ideas about inventions that could change the world.
He shared that he had so many thoughts he couldn't possibly pick just one and therefore he was doing absolutely nothing!
Zip, nada, not a thing, he couldn't possibly know where to begin and then with so many thoughts running through his mind, he couldn't possibly stop and he certainly couldn't possibly rest.
Aunt Ruby nodded (she had heard everyone's concerns before and always knew exactly the best thing to fix them). Standing up she reached way up high over her head for a sparkly yellow stone and plucked it from it's resting place.
Handing it to Bobbity, she said "I think this will be just the thing you are needing, sit quietly and hold on to it for a little while as I go about some washing I need to do".