Unlocking my mind for 20 minutes to a stream of thoughts seems to be, well, not the greatest idea … I can drive 12 hours, alone, arrive at my destination and realize I never turned the radio on. Too much going on in my head (but only one voice) ranging from world hunger, black holes, highway design, to “blah, blah, blah.” (The latter is generally filler material of great ideas which I forget when an erratic driver annoys me and I switch to “How can people be so stupid?” mode.
It is probably a bit safer for me to mention
two three recently main preoccupations:
1. Getting a horse. I believe I found one, but now I have to figure the logistics of getting it here. It’s a 3-4 hour drive and money is a bit tight. (The horse is a rescue adoption.)
2. Expanding and/or modifying blog which has a very specific audience, most are not blog followers, but there is interest. But that topic is not why I started the blog.
I believe part of my problem is not fully understanding the logistics of organization. Has anyone changed/expanded their site? How did you handle it?
3. Writing my daughter’s adoption story – which is why I started the blog: to gain non-scientific writing experience before attempting something that will be rather controversial. It has been 18 years and the story still haunts me. My hope is that by telling the story, it will get out of my head.
Oh good, 20 minutes and done.
Over and out, AnneSquared.
Categories: Writing 101