On Writing

Laptop on the Ironing Board

Pretty notepad with pen, tea and chocolate

Disclaimer: I suspect this is going to be an insufferably self-indulgent and introspective post.

Suffer.

I love writing. I get such a rush from words tumbling out and jostling for position on the screen or in my ratty notebook.  There is a delicious agony in searching for the right word or the perfect one-liner. I am filled with glee when I finish a piece and it’s done, it’s definitely done and I can totally publish it.  And knowing that I have readers as lovely as you is pure bliss.  I think I know now what I want to be when I grow up.

And here’s the funny part: I think that my job as a stay-at-home-mum fits perfectly with this plan.

I feel a little nervous saying this – in any other profession, it’s perfectly OK to say you love working and that your job is full of fun perks…

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What is the Internet’s Mood?

want to share

I should not plan much to do a post.
Just decide to visit a site. Come there post anything that comes to mind.
via imood.com: What is the Internet’s Mood?.

When decided to come to imood I should come immediately.
No going here and there.

My thoughts are aggravated. Go here. Go there. Not to get aggravated.

Why hurry to go to 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111?

What is the hurry to go to  MyFridge.com? I shall come there and discover a new recipe.

Thoughts aggravation is there? Still there?

I have missed some routine postings…in this thought aggravation?

You can do it when relaxed.

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