I’m in a quandary with posting topics this week, so I’d thought I’d try a stream of consciousness post.
I hit a good rhythm with writing last week. Words, scenes, and ideas gushed forth. Then, out of nowhere, I began to wonder about when I finish and go to reread it…
Will the funny parts be funny or lame?
Will the scary parts be scary or ludicrous?
Will the dramatic moments be comical?
Will the heart-felt moments be dry?
I hope not, but I’ll only know when I reread it. Since that is a little while off, I should not worry about it. Well, I suppose I’ll worry about it. I’ll try not to stress over it.
The weather is sneaky. It’s bright and sunny outside. It makes me want to go to the park with a picnic basket. I step outside and my blood begins to crystallize since it is only 28 degrees. Trickery, I tell you!
I love reading blogs. I try to comment, really, but sometimes I only have time to read. I make a mental note to come back and comment when I have time. But you know what? I can never find the post again.
Similarly when I leave a question in a comment only half of the time do I make it back to see if there is an answer. Please don’t think badly of me, pity me. It’s the mental note thing again. I really need to start making physical notes. But where’s the fun in that?
Why does the word verification in blogger work ten different ways? Sometimes it’s right there and you know you need to do it, other times it only shows after you attempt to post. Unless you’re paying close attention to the words at the top of the page, you might not actually post. And why is it that sometimes when there is no word verification that you have to post to see your comment, then post to actually post?
I think I’ll bundle up in five layers of clothing now and go get a cup of coffee. Why is coffee someone else makes so much better than the one you make yourself?
And now I invite you to post a stream of consciousness comment…
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