I have to share something with you. No, not the money. My pockets are empty today. As well as the fridge.
I have to share with you something Out Of This World, or dreamy-super-duper-unreal-wicked-wonderful. No, not the Dumbledore’s wand!
I have to share with you…YOU! Or the part of it.
Put aside your bored face. A word is not the same with one writer as it is with another!
One tear it from his guts. The other pulls it out of his overcoat pocket.
‘Basic Verities, Prose and Poetry’
So I have to share with you (catch it, I know you can 😎) the part of you that you haven’t meet yet. Yes, clicking on those links can be exhausting, I understand. It is the saddest part of blogging, but it leads TO EVERYTHING.
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Finding French Charming – with a hilarious ‘Beetroot Dirty-Story’ aka ‘The Broken Toilet as the present for my French Mom-In-Law’ aka ’33 variants to learn French in 1 day.’
Denny near Nashville – with a story about an awesome hero (I guess musician), but I still can’t figure it out…
A Shepherdson – with the World Cup and Cock Up or Not Cock Up, England!
The Ink – with creative wisdom from Dave Chapelle: what are you doing in the trunk? and why ideas left you?
Eat Art Daily – a sad poem about Love, crushing into Miranda from Sex & The City, and how to see the equator from your yard.
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So far, that’s all.
Oh. No. WAIT! You can’t leave without my inspirational quotes – I just want to keep you going with ‘blogging’ or ‘writing’…or whatever you are doing today ☕️😁.
What is Ray doing?
Ray helped with the renovation of the house in the backyard. And also cleaned 2 floors of the house (because the guests are on the way). Cooked 3 meals, walked dogs…
Book Review ‘The Outsider’?
Eh 😭😭: I’m still reading the book. The thing is I CAN’T read this book in the evening, because all I see is the shadow-man with the straws inside of his eyes. Ou😱ch! So you have to wait. I’ll post it anyway, don’t worry!
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#1 “Language allows us to reach out to people, to touch them with our innermost fears, hopes, disappointments, victories. To reach out to people we’ll never meet. It’s the greatest legacy you could ever leave your children or your loved ones: The history of how you felt!” B. L.
#2 “A novel rough draft is like bread dough: you need to beat the crap out of it for it to rise.” Chris Balty
#3 “I write description in longhand because that’s hardest for me and you’re closer to the paper when you work by hand, but I use the typewriter for dialogue because people speak like a typewriter works.” Ernest Hemingway
I sooooo feel you, Ernie!
#4 “It took me fifteen years to discover that I had no talent for writing, but I couldn’t give it up because by that time I was too famous.” Robert Benchley
Have a great week ahead!
Read – write – blog – repeat …and don’t forget to live ✌️❤️
Next post – I see things as they are (for #coolprompts)
Living in Sweden. Awesome. Happy. Writing. Ayurvedic food. Healthy lifestyle. Dogs. Literature. Drawing. Meditation/Yoga.