Friday Writing

Lessons I learned this week: 

1. I don’t remember as much as I thought from college.

2. Adding “Just one thing” to your schedule completely screws the schedule.

So, yeah, the Praxis is eating my head and I didn’t get any writing done. No, wait, not true — I wrote dozens of short essays, and two paragraphs on the story I meant to have done for today. 

Go me!

Fear not, however, because I always have a contingency plan. Sometimes it’s just to whack my head on the keyboard, label the resulting document “meta” and force you to read it like the evil, cackling writer that I am. Othertime, it’s to pull out something from forever ago and subject you to little snippets of story that go nowhere so’s to drive you just as mad as myself. This week’s poison is of the latter variety. 

Feedback, as always, is welcome — we always need new lining for the birdcage. (I kid. Really. We don’t have a bird.)

Kelly and The Little Folk


About Carolynn the Dyer

If I've learned one thing by having three children in four years, it's that babies are not, in fact, the best birth control. ... Okay, just kidding. I've really learned that laughter is the only way to survive the wilds of parenthood, and life in general. Also, that it is indeed possible to do dishes, parent, and carry on a conversation at the same time. If that sounds like fun, or just impossible, then come join me on my blog--and join me in the jungle.
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